Thursday, 14 December 2017

Baie de Gadji - In Photos

We meant to stay in Gadji for a few days but ended up staying for two weeks.  We joked on arrival that if it was too shallow we would have to wait for spring tides to leave.  We arrived and left on springs not because of the tides but because we were having such a great time with our friends  ...
What ?
Just another average day paddling a SUP towing a giant rubber duck.

A full but rather tired looking rubber ducky.

Really from a drone this time ... A photo from Q's drone.  Thank you James.

Anchored near our friends in Tika.

Love that water colour.

Fluenta's standard party trick - the spinnaker pole swing.

Tika livens it up with fender swinging.  Greer takes photos in case it ends badly.
And on Excalibur, multiple fender swings.  Amazing that there was minimal tears.
Why can't I swing too !
And of course Benjamin does not want to be left out !
Victoria teaches Sudoku to the girls from the other boats.
And the kids go camping for a few days.

Liz heading off to yoga with Greer.

Yoga with Fluenta in the background

Maintenance: varnishing Trickle's rudder and tiller

Maintenance: varnishing Trickle's rudder and tiller

and repairs to Trickle's rudder

and repairs to knees.  An interesting battle with infections.

Art day on Tika.

New friends on SY Moanna.

and helped out by old friends.  We were lamenting the fact that we cannot get printer cartridges for our Mexican printer and James and Chantal from SV Q gave us their old printer !  Our first print job was a hard copy of the awesome drone picture for the cover of our guest book.  Thank you James and Chantal.

Sunset and Tika Taka.

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