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Wednesday July 10th 2019

Today Cloudy. Becoming a mix of sun and cloud this afternoon with 30 percent chance of showers late this afternoon. Risk of a thunderstorm late this afternoon. Wind becoming southwest 30 km/h gusting to 50 near noon. High 28. Humidex 32. UV index 5 or moderate.

I did not get to sleep and got up again at five, made an omelet and a coffee. I see that now we are getting hot weather just as I head west.

I did my daily quota on Duolingo, went back to bed at 0530 and slept until nine-fifteen with vivid, detailed dreams.

One more day until I am back at Granville Island. From there, I'll go to Sidney to see about Cassiopeia (Un-booked days are white at right) then return to Alberta for two weeks, then go to Ontario for another two.

That's the rough plan for now. At some point, I still should go to La Paz for two weeks.

Today I have to drive to Three Hills, mow grass, walk, pack, and clean up.  Ruth and Barb are coming by at two to discuss doing my gardening.

Looking ahead, the weather on the coast for my arrival and the private lessons course looks decent.

I hear the owls this morning.  They like to sit in the elms on the east side of the property.  I seldom see them, but hear them often.  They keep the mice down in my yards, especially if I keep the lawn mowed.

C and I did the one-mile walk around town and she seems to be over her depression.

Next, I have to make a trip to Three Hills and then meet with Ruth and Barb.

Then the lawn awaits.  I suppose I could have one of them do the mowing.  I'll have to think about it.

This place is amazingly beautiful.  I've been here 51 years in August and Fen was asking me if I plan to leave, especially as I am away so much.  I said I really don't know how to move.

I drove to town and back and then met B & R at the door.  We discussed the gardens and lawn and it looks like I can quit worrying for now.  They are going to work on the project and I'll see what I get when I come home in ten days or so.

Next, I jacked up the van and pulled the driver side rear brake. Sure enough, when I bought the van, the seller had put on the cheapest shoes and one had lost its lining.  I'll likely replace both sides.  I have the parts.

I got the van jacked up and the caliper off and found I need a special tool, so cannot finish today.

I ordered the tool on Amazon and discovered I could have ordered the brake parts for maybe 1/3 the price.  I'm not sure about quality or fit, though. This van is the top model with bigger wheels.  The tool should be here when I get home.

So, I have to put the wheel back on since I jacked it up too close to the door to close it and will be leaving the van inside while I am gone.

I'm going to be tired tonight.  I'll go to bed early and get up early.  I have to be out of here by eight. Fen will drive me in to YYC, but wants to be back at The Mill by ten.

Well, J&R came by and we loaded up the Crossbow.  It took a while and we also managed to close the garage door. 

Jay came back and we pulled the 4X4 into the drive to make the place look occupied.  I gave him a bunch of stuff to deal with the bees and am leaving their fate to Jay and Elijah.  Both have some experience and far more interest in them than I do at present.

It's 10 now, and I had thawed a steak, so that will be supper.

I barbecued the steak and it was good. Better than last time.

Tomorrow, I leap into another very different world.

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If I only did what I can do, I wouldn't do anything
Jacques Derrida

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Thursday July 11th 2019

Today A mix of sun and cloud. 30 percent chance of showers this afternoon with risk of a thunderstorm. Fog patches dissipating this morning. Wind becoming northwest 20 km/h gusting to 40 near noon. High 26. Humidex 29. UV index 7 or high.
Tonight Partly cloudy with 30 percent chance of showers. Risk of a thunderstorm early this evening. Low 11.

I set the alarm for four, but of course I woke up at three sharp, so I got up, had breakfast and did the dishes.  Next, I pack.  I really don't have much to do before I go.  By lunchtime, I'll be in Vancouver.

Don't look now, but a massive asteroid just buzzed our planet

I was packed by 0830 and left for The Mill.  I was five minutes later than expected and Fen took a few minutes, then we drove to Costco for gas.  I figured I was in plenty of time, and I would actually have an hour or so in the  premium lounge, but when I got to security, I was barely an hour before flight time and there was a forty-five minute lineup.  The regular line went far down the terminal! I'd miss my flight!

Fortunately, I have Nexus and only had ten people ahead of me in the trusted traveler line. It was slow, too, but for some reason they didn't pull my bag to secondary this once and I went straight through. I walked directly to A22 and when I got to the gate they were already loading Zone Three.

We landed at YVR on time and I walked to the train, rode to Olympic Village Station, caught the #50 bus, walked from the Anderson stop to Granville Island and the Cooper office, found Andiamo, and went aboard.

I checked the steering and sure enough it was worse this time.  It is stiff again with clunks when the wheel is turned. I consulted with everyone, then Skyler and I took wrenches to the rudder post bearing but with no effect.  It looks as if I'll be using the boat the way it is.

This article (below) strikes me to be pretty straight ahead. Tim Ball is the Rodney Dangerfield of climate guys.  He can't get no respect, but he has mine.  His points are good IMO and he expresses my doubts far better than I ever could. Climate Change Tulips, anyone?

The Extent of Global Warming Deception and the Damage is Not Hyperbole

I'm living on Andiamo again. This a comfortable boat. Tomorrow my clients arrive and the course begins.

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Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.
Aristotle

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Friday July 12th 2019

Today A mix of sun and cloud. 30 percent chance of showers early this morning. High 27. Humidex 29. UV index 8 or very high.
Tonight Partly cloudy with 30 percent chance of showers this evening and risk of a thunderstorm. Clearing overnight. Low 12.

I woke up with the dawn and made coffee. I have to get organized for my students' expected arrival around 0800.

After they arrive, my work begins.  We have about three hours of lessons and orientation before we let slip the lines and head for Snug Cove.  I will reserve a dock there shortly as the weekends can be busy.

In my email this morning came word that my cousin Neal died today.  He was fine in March when we saw him at Mom's 100th birthday celebration, but a fast-developing lung cancer took him down in a matter of months.

I called the Union Steamship Marian and left a message.  If we cannot get dock space, we'll have to anchor in Mannion Bay and I don't look forward to that. The Bay is crowded with moorings.

 B had a sore throat and went to a clinic, so we were slow leaving and it was two before we untied.  We motored to Point Atkinson, then sailed to Snug Cove, doing a few sailing circles along the way and arrived at five.

We walked to Doc Morgan's and happened on Prime Rib Night. 

From there we walked to the store, bought groceries and returned to the boat.  Along our path, we encountered a local softball game and watched a while.

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You know that I write slowly.
This is chiefly because I am never satisfied until I have said as much as possible in a few words,
and writing briefly takes far more time than writing at length.
Carl Friedrich Gauss

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Saturday July 13th 2019

Today Sunny this morning and early this afternoon then a mix of sun and cloud with 60 percent chance of showers late this afternoon. Risk of a thunderstorm late this afternoon. High 26. Humidex 28. UV index 8 or very high.
Tonight Partly cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers this evening and risk of a thunderstorm. Clearing overnight. Low 9.

The morning is quiet and warm here in Snug Cove.  I'm up at seven.

We had breakfast of bacon and eggs, then we cast off.  First we went to nearby Mannion Bay and did a few spinning circles, then sailed and motored out and around Bowen Island.

Then we ran wing on wing downwind through Collingwood Channel and tacked to Plumper Cove.

At Plumper Cove we anchored, slalomed around buoys, then left for Gibsons.  We reefed a few times crossing to Gibsons and rafted at Fishermans Wharf.

Molly's was closed, so we had supper at a Mexican restaurant on the boardwalk, then went for a walk, came across a bluegrass concert in a park and stayed to the end, then returned to Andiamo and drank beer in the cockpit until dusk.

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The end and object of conquest is to avoid doing the same thing as the conquered.
Alexander the Great

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Sunday July 14th 2019

Today Sunny. A mix of sun and cloud late this afternoon with 60 percent chance of showers. Risk of a thunderstorm late this afternoon. Wind becoming north 20 km/h this afternoon. High 25. Humidex 28. UV index 8 or very high.
Tonight Partly cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers this evening and risk of a thunderstorm. Clearing after midnight. Wind north 20 km/h becoming light this evening. Low 11.

I woke at three and am doing some planning, then am headed back to bed.  We have a big day today.  We have to finish up, return to Vancouver, write the exam and anchor in False Creek.

When I woke up at seven, it was raining, but by the time we had breakfast, the sun was out. The guys went up to the showers and reported they were not very good and the water was cold.  I showered on the boat.

We left the dock and motored out to the middle of the channel.  There was no wind, so we maneuvered around some floating logs, practicing approaching and stopping, then proceeded to Plumper Cove.  There we practiced docking along some log booms, then motored up Collingwood channel.  Th3e wind picked up as we went and by the time we made a lunch stop at Turnstall Bay for lunch, it was getting quite gusty.

We had lunch and I told the students to take over and went for a nap. At this point, they are ready to take charge and are better off without me in the way. 

I slept an hour and when I went back up.  The wind had died. We motored on until the wind returned, then did some sailing circles, hove to, motored on in, fuelled up and went to anchor in False Creek in my usual spot.

It took us a while to anchor, but we found a good spot and had supper.  I reviewed the course material briefly with the students, then, after dishes, I handed out the exam and went up to the cockpit to enjoy the evening and catch up on Duolingo.

My students passed with 95 and 96%. We sat in the cockpit until eleven and called it a day.

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 the best way is to try and explain it to someone else.
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Monday July 15th 2019

Today Sunny. Becoming a mix of sun and cloud this afternoon. High 25. Humidex 27. UV index 8 or very high.
Tonight Mainly cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers and risk of a thunderstorm. Low 13.

I awoke at four and got up.  Moments later the anchor alarm went off. 

The wind had shifted east, and we had swung west. 

We have 100 feet of chain out in twenty-two feet of water, so can swing almost 200 feet.  I generally set the alarm for half that so as to be alerted with a wind or current shift.

The day is brightening already.  I reset the alarm and stayed up.  This is a travel day and I have a lot to do before ten this morning to finish this course off right.

We should be tied up at the Granville Island dock, have the boat tidied and cleaned and be off the boat by ten, but that timing is not critical.  We also want to be out of this anchorage well before then as the low tide at 1130 today would leave us in shallow water.

From Granville Island, my plan is to catch the buses and Skytrain to the ferry and then a cab to Port Sidney and Cassiopeia. By sundown I may well be anchored somewhere quiet, but who really knows?  Tonight is a long way from now.

We finished up and returned to GI.  We were about to turn into the assigned slip and were waved to another spot.  Richard did well at helm.  We tied up and packed and went ashore.

I walked to the bus and before long was at Bridgeport station, boarding the impossibly long, articulated bus to the ferry terminal.  There must have been at least 100 of us in the lineup, but everyone got on.

There was only a ten-minute wait to board the ferry and before long I was getting out of my taxi at Port Sidney Marina, saying hello to Lodi, and walking out the dock To Cassiopeia.

I retrieved my bags from the shack, talked to Rick and Cordell, and boarded Cassiopeia.  By four, I was settled in, untied, and leaving the marina.

I sailed and motored through John Passage and Stranger Passage, straight to Fulford. The dock there was free, so I tied up and registered, then waited for Bruce at the Rock Salt Restaurant.

We had supper -- I tried the veggie burger and it was excellent -- and then Bruce drove me to Ganges for groceries and over to see his new abode.  He is high on a ridge and has an excellent overview of the Ganges Bay, and on over to Montague.

From there we returned to the boat, chatted a while.  Then he left and I turned in for the night.

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A good leader inspires people to have confidence in the leader,
a great leader inspires people to have confidence in themselves.
Eleanor Roosevelt

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Tuesday July 16th 2019

Today Periods of rain ending this afternoon then a mix of sun and cloud. Amount 5 to 10 mm. Wind becoming north 20 km/h this afternoon. High 22. UV index 2 or low.
Tonight Clearing this evening. Wind north 20 km/h becoming light this evening. Low 10.

I woke up at 0609 after an excellent night's sleep and got up for a few minutes feeling great, then went back to bed and slept another hour and woke up foggy.

I got up, had breakfast. 

The organic eggs actually were appreciably better than the eggs I usually buy.  The bacon, however, was excessively salty, at least when cooked to crispy.

I tacked out of the bay with no destination in mind.  At first, I thought Brentwood Bay, but the wind was blowing towards Samsun Narrows, so that where I went.

Coming out of the narrows, I turned into Burgoyne Bay and anchored for a lunch break and a nap.  It took me several tries to get a good hold. This beach is part of a large marine park reserve.  It is also a popular bay for 'hippie' float houses.

I spent the afternoon doing very little and may stay the night.  I worry about swing room, though as there are other boats nearby and one is on a rope.  Rope swings differently from chain rode.  We'll see how many stay and how many leave by dark.

By dark, no one had left.  I had satisfied myself that we all were swinging clear of one another by then and went to bed at ten, setting the anchor alarm first.

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Having glimpsed a small part of life, men rise up
and disappear as smoke, knowing only what each one has learned.
Empedocles

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Wednesday July 17th 2019

Today Sunny. Becoming a mix of sun and cloud this afternoon. Fog patches dissipating this morning. Wind becoming southwest 20 km/h gusting to 40 this afternoon. High 26. Humidex 28. UV index 8 or very high.
Tonight Clearing late this evening. Wind southwest 20 km/h gusting to 40 becoming light this evening. Low 11.

I was up several times overnight, checking my position in relation to the other boats that were dancing around in the williwaws. I probably moved around as much as I have any night. Overview and close-in views of the anchor alarm GPS screen are left and right.

Around four I popped my head out to look around and found it was raining. When I got up at 0630 it was still raining.  The forecast predicts the day will clear up by noon, though, and the coming days will be clear.

I'll sit here a while longer and either go ashore for a hike when it clears, or raise anchor and move on.  After breakfast, I went back to bed and slept until ten.  By then, the day was clearing.

I had called and written Doug earlier and finally heard back from from him and we agreed to meet at the dock.  He appeared around noon with Denise and a friend of hers plus her three grandkids.  They all came aboard and we motored and sailed to Cowichan Bay and back.  At Cow Bay, we bought food and had a picnic onboard, then headed back, stopping at Genoa Bay to look around and to hike a bit. 

We arrived back at Burgoyne Bay around 1930. They disembarked, and since strong northwest winds were forecast to be blowing directly into this Bay overnight with accompanying waves I motored to Birdseye and anchored there.

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Men, it has been well said, think in herds;
it will be seen that they go mad in herds,
while they only recover their senses slowly, one by one.
Charles MacKay

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Thursday July 18th 2019

Today A mix of sun and cloud with 30 percent chance of showers and risk of a thunderstorm. Wind becoming northwest 20 km/h gusting to 40 early this afternoon. High 19. UV index 7 or high.
Tonight Mainly cloudy. 30 percent chance of showers this evening. Periods of rain beginning before morning. Risk of a thunderstorm this evening. Wind northwest 20 km/h gusting to 40 becoming light late this evening. Low 8.

I don't know what it was like in Burgoyne Bay last night, but the wind gusted from every direction here at Birdseye Cove.  Here, there was no chop but the boat swung back and forth at anchor and I could hear the chain tap on the hull as we rotated.

I was enjoying a quiet morning at anchor when my phone rang.  It was Moe asking if Cassiopeia could be back for a charter tomorrow.  I said, of course. 

As the crow flies, I was only twelve miles away.  By water, though, the trip is longer. I arrived back at Sidney around three and tied up in my usual spot.

I talked to Rick, had supper and a nap, then watched video until 2130 and went to bed.

Tomorrow I should be packed and off the boat by nine.

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Reason cannot defeat emotion. 
An emotion can only be displaced or overcome by a stronger emotion.
Baruch Spinoza

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Friday July 19th 2019

Today Showers. Wind becoming northwest 20 km/h gusting to 40 this afternoon. High 18. UV index 3 or moderate.
Tonight A few showers ending this evening then cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. Wind northwest 20 km/h gusting to 40 becoming light late this evening. Low 11.

I woke up at four and made coffee.  I don't have to be off the boat until nine, but I imagine in practice that means ten. I should book a flight home today, but should make sure someone can pick me up at YYC first.

Flights are getting very costly.  The airlines are short of capacity due to the MAX fiasco and in the captive Canadian market are capitalizing on that excuse.  I can fly to Cabo from Calgary (2000 miles) for less than to Calgary from here (400 mikles), and the price to Cabo includes the price of a tourist visa.

Speaking of the Baja, I heard from Miguel and he figures that Baja Magic will be in the water in a week or so.  If that is the case, I may be in Mexico in ten days, so I checked the hurricanes.  Nothing in sight at this time, but it is still early in the season.

I had been up for an hour and was figuring I still had two until I had to be out so the cleaning crew could go over the boat before the charter guests arrive when I heard someone come aboard and saw someone in the cockpit.  The cleaner had come early.

She was willing to wait until nine, but I asked if she had the outside cleaning to do and she said she did, so I said to go ahead.  By the time she was done the outside chores, I was packed and ready to go and had my flight arranged. It seems that Fen has gone to Saskatchewan for a few days so Bert will pick me up at YYC at 8:06 tonight.

Rick opened Last Tango and Las Tango is my lounge until I leave.  Rick will take me to YYJ at four. At noon, Rick, Ken and I walked to the Chinese restaurant for lunch.  I'll diet tomorrow.

Now, after a big lunch, I am back on Last Tango enjoying the afternoon sun and the view from the salon. Cassiopeia is across the dock from me, ready for the clients' arrival at four.  Meantime, I'll study Spanish and catch up on email.

Rick came by and was ready to go at 0330, so I am at YYJ two hours early.

My current Duolingo score is 4655 Points, 512 words.  At first the exercises were easy and fun, but now they are growing tedious and the flaws in the system are showing.  Nonetheless, I am learning and with Duolingo combined with the Pimsleur material my comprehension is increasing.I am nowhere near carrying on more than a basic conversation, though, and not nearly ready to watch Spanish TV.  That will be the real test.  Someday.

My flight was pleasant and routine.  Bert picked me up in the Merc and we drove to Airdrie to shop for food and of course, i overbought.  It was raining and ten degrees, .  Hardly what one would expect in the middle of July. Global Warming, where are you? AWOL?  MIA?

I dropped Bert off and drove home.  The house was cold and musty.  I lit the furnace and waited for warmth, eating nuts, cherries, and blueberries for a late supper.

The house warmed, I showered, then went to bed right at midnight and fell fast asleep. What a week!

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He who seeks equality between unequals seeks an absurdity.
Baruch Spinoza

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