Friday, 1 March 2019
The two galley boxes alongside each other for the first time. Slightly different heights and widths for various reasons which I won't bore people with. Now all I need is some cruising weather and appropriate tides so that I an sail up to and overnight at Kingsbridge, Southpool Creek and Frogmore Creek.
Galley box on left with space for two days supplies of food.
Extra galley box on right with enough space to hold a week's worth of food
Ihe cook box is stored on the port side between anchor tray and thwart;
the extra food box on the starboard side in similar location.
Better view of the spaces into which the boxes will be strapped on extended voyages
Galley cook box tray lid in action.
The galley cook box with my old faithful Trangia stove, now nearly 40 years old.
One from last year, overnighting on the little beach
just north of St German's quayside on the River Tiddy
Difficult to believe this is from today, March 1st.
A view out over the Cattedown in Plymouth. The city of Plymouth and Sutton harbour is to the right
behind the white fuel store. The little castle turret on the hill is the Mountbatten area. The island in the middle distance is Drakes Island and beyond it is Cornwall and the Mt. Edgecumbe Country Park. Plymouth Sound is to the left behind Mountbatten.