Day 363, Year 6: 174 Charts
Date: Saturday, October 22, 2011
Weather: Partly Sunny but Cooler, Winds Calming
Location: Eel Pond, Woods Hole, Massachusetts

A great deal of today was spent sorting through the 174 charts we own. When our friends Jon and Heather arrive tomorrow night, we want to be able to offer them charts for their trek around the world. But before we could do that, we needed to do an inventory to see just what we do have. Most of the charts we have were never used as we relied almost entire on electronic navigation. However, we certainly did have paper charts in case something went wrong with the electronics. We had the paper charts . . . just in case.

We started the day by taking the car back into the shop to get the repairs completed. We also went to the computer shop so Mark could read what I had written on the work orders and add any further directions. At the end of the day, we have a car, but we still don’t have our computers or external hard drives back. They said they would be able to tell me by noon on Monday whether the data on my hard drive can be recovered. In the meantime, I am still wondering around a bit dazed, hoping my photo files can be recovered. While in downtown Falmouth, we took some photos. Falmouth was founded in the late 1600’s and the green surrounded by churches is a very much New England.

In last night’s log I talked about the battle of the boots between Ziggy and Jonah. Take a peak at the photos attached to this log to see Jonah in his bright red ladybug boots and Ziggy in his pink, furry-topped boots. Too cute!

111022 Day 363 Cape Cod, USA–All About Boots