The weather forecast guys got it right, the cold front passed through last night with some good winds and rain behind. I stayed up until three when the wind started dying down. I wasn’t worried about Truce dragging anchor, it was the other boats around, some of them almost wrecks, that I wanted to watch out for.
It’s been rain and drizzle today, not enough to wash off the city grime, just enough to make everything grubby and wet. I took my final trip ashore in the rubber duck, this time to the Sausalito library for Wi-Fi and a weather update. The weather looks OK for a Friday departure, not as good as I wanted but if I don’t catch this window the weather turns ugly again for another week. So, the plan is to sail early Friday morning to catch the ebb tide under the Golden Gate Bridge.
Coming out of the library I found a marine and Ace Hardware store. Wonderful, I managed to get the items I refused to get yesterday from West Marine – at less than half the West Marine price.
Then I went shopping for a few fresh veggies, fruits, a loaf of bread and a lump of cheese. I don’t have a fridge on Truce and perishables don’t last long.
I watched a guy drive off in a Tesla car. There was no noise. No sound when he started up, no sound when he drove off. Wow, the car looks good and appeared not to be slow. This must be the future.
Back on-board Truce I deflated and stowed the rubber duck, got everything squared away and prepared for sailing tomorrow. It’s amazing how a few days in port causes all the movable items migrate from their secure spots into the open.