We had a good week and just wanted to share some of the highlights!
Doug passed his Technician and General Ham License test - Yahoo! Now, he can officially use the Ham features of the HF radio - whatever that means. He was pretty nervous about the test and studied all week. Doug's statement after he passed "I was sweating bullets"! Of course, he was not 100%. We had hung out late drinking Tequilia with the gang from Scheherazade - oh my!
Ana and Steve went on a road trip and we got to house sit for them. As you can tell, it is a rough job! This is he first time the crew of Moondance has slept off the boat since August - we enjoyed it, plus we did find some time to catch up on our laundry. We just might have waited too long - ya think?
Vive la Cultura! We attended a classical concert at the Teatro de la Ciudad presented by the Orquesta de la Escuela de Musica del Estado. The orchestra ranged from age 10 - 60 and played Brahms, Strass, Verdi and more. I know, us and classical music - hah! But, we really enjoyed it.
The local sailing club, Club Cruceros, hosted a wine tasting and art event as a kick-off to Bay Fest. Not a lot of wines to taste and not any great wines, but it was well attended and we met lots of new cruisers and had a great time.
Always something going on!