Off we went further north to Prideaux Haven, in Desolation Sound, about a 7 hour cruise. I managed much better this time but mostly slept through it, staying inside out of the heat and brightness of the blazing sun ball. The seas were a bit rough but not as bad as the first day.
We rafted up with 6 other vessels in a anchorage named Melanie Cove. I was surprised to find out that there was another kitty on the motor vessel named Saranade tied to our starboard side. Meowee, a new furiend! A big 4 year old orange tabby named Lucy. However it was not to be. She was trained really early to never go out on deck, so she doesn’t. So I tried to go on her boat to see her, but got chased out by her humans. Apparently Lucy doesn’t play well with others and they were afraid she might hurt me. Once I snuck on board to try again and saw her through one of the port hole windows, and I guess they were right, she did look mean and wasn’t happy to see me.
While the humans enjoy swimming and socializing at the stern, I enjoy some peaceful moments on the bow. We will be here for a couple of days. In the summer the water temperature is in the 70’s F. There are a couple of geocaches around, and lots of nooks and crannies to explore by kayak. And dare I say an abundance of fish and prawns? Hoping the sea gods fill our traps and hooks with a feast fit for a deserving Purrsea cat!