So, to continue. Life at St. Kat’s docks was always fun and one never knew what would come next! Whether it was work on the boat, standing at the gate waiting to be let in or out as we only had a couple of fobs to use to get in and out, or waiting in the long line for showers/toilets. You thought I just liked getting up early? Actually discovered a great reason to get going early! Early riser got the showers without waiting!
Spent some time with friend/crew mate Judith from London.
As payback we ate at a favorite place of hers. Actually I think she was trying to impress me about the history of pubs in England!
The extra bags at her feet are my London leavings so I could pass weight on bag to go (25 Kilos).
Now an interesting video to watch. Moving the boats in St. Kat’s Dock. This happened daily with some boat or other. This is one of about 4 moves that we had to make. I am afraid that I need to contact Doug to see how to get this one on. It maybe too much for the program to handle.
So til then, Some of the fun things we got to do while waiting to start the race.
For all my percussion friends, do you think this is what xylophones were made of at one time? Or the owner played one?
And Crew party last night in London!
And would you believe, there is an Aggie Round the Worlder sailing on UNICEF. Meet Drake!
Great guy from Houston and Is now growing a beard and looking real authentic!
So you will be anxious for next update…the ceremony out of London, check this out you band friends and especially percussionists!
2 thoughts on “Almost out of London”
Whoop! So cool that you have an Aggie, you just can’t get away from us!! Loved hearing from you yesterday through mom while we were at the Aggie game. So excited for you and your adventure!
Hey Linda great to read and hear all your news.
I have been following the race
On the Cipper website and I can’t wait to join you all
and the rest of the crew in Austrailia
For leg 5
See you in January