Early this morning we made our way out to Fearless to prepare for what may arrive late Friday evening. Ours was the 1st of 30 boats scheduled to be hauled out by our local Boat Transport, before Hurricane Earl is expected to arrive.
Sorrento Harbor is sheltered from the open ocean by it's surrounding islands. Look how calm it was this morning. It's hard to imagine just how bad it can get. But we're not taking any chances.
The sun rises as we wait.
It sure was a short season this year for Fearless. We'll sleep good knowing she's back home though.
I didn't even get to show you any pictures from this season. So here's one Henri took of me a few weeks ago. So much for action shots, but if you look really close, that's mud on my upper arm. I had already taken off my bright orange apron, because well frankly, with my life vest under it, I look quite hefty. Plus it was covered in mud. But mostly because I don't enjoy looking more hefty than I have to.