By Jen : Monday and we still haven't left Sydney Harbour. The weather has not been favourable. Looks like Tuesday will see us sailing up to PittWater.
I had been busy below decks this morning and hadn't heard any chatter from Glenn for a while.
It had rained heavily on Sunday afternoon and the dinghy was full of water.
An urgent bail out was required.
JOB DONE: A COMFY RELAX IN THE WARM MORNING SUN
The day hadn't started well for Glenn because he had burnt his fingers on the Tea Pot handle.
The stupid design of this expensive stainless steel pot had lead to much grumbling day after day.
The solution was obvious to me.
( I am, after all, the only qualified Coxswain on board.)
JUST LEARNING TO DRIVE THIS CRAZY THING
After lunch we left Sugar Loaf Bay and return through the Spit Bridge to eventually anchor in Rose Bay for the night. Yes I am spoilt: Glenn cooked a great Mexican dish (while motoring) accompanied by a loaf of steaming hot bread.
THE PERFECT ROSE BAY LOAF
I can hear Glenn snoring and it's only 8pm. Such a hectic day for the newly retired gent.
Tomorrow should be a great sailing day, and we can finally farewell Sydney. Perhaps by tomorrow night we will feel like real travelling cruisers.