It’s 4:45am and I am
awake watching the sunrise from aboard Reprise in Rockport Harbor, ME, which is a testament to just how excited I
am to be here. Some first impressions of our first night on the boat:
- This is just as amazing as I
hoped it would be. It is also just as daunting as I feared.
- Did I just volunteer to ride
on the spinning teacups for a length of time not measured in minutes? I
wouldn’t say that I was gently rocked to sleep by the waves last night.
- There are at least two
mosquitos here. There are also only about two things on this boat that I
know how to work, out of infinity.
- Yep, it can get very foggy
- Despite the relatively ample
space on our boat, I may spend the next few months (years?) covered in
bruises from running into things.
- We might have brought too
much stuff. We did already manage to bring three baby boat loads of it
onto the mothership without getting ourselves or anything else wet. Though
the car looks just as full as it did yesterday.
- Again, this is awesome.