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During the low tides the last few days, boats have had to be much more careful in this area. Most of the area is very shallow already and the low tides have been showing land out in the bay in places it is normally a couple of feet of water. Even the hardcore yakkers have had a harder time launching due to the long mud flats.
At the Allegro channel is a sail boat (on the right) that is moored at the dock. Check it carefully and you will see it is moored by the keel in this picture. Does that strain on the hull normally do damage?
The mail came to me today and the joy of our lives was in the package, the IRS tax forms. Nothing arouses feelings like that gift does it?? But this year it will be different. There was no earned income in my world so the tax forms will be simple-----I hope. The Obamaeconomics may have a different idea.
What kind of knives do you use in the kitchen was the question. Excellent knives was my reply. Actually there are two excellent Henckels knives and one thrift shop serrated knife. The two regular knives seem to handle everything easily. A short flexible blade boning knife and a paring knife takes care of all the duties in the Castle’s kitchen, except for cutting the garlic bread for pot lucks. They are kept extremely sharp so they can do the job without any forcing of the knife. A good edge is maintained by use of the broken and worn two sided stone picked up from who knows where.
A good sharp knife can make fixing a meal in the evening a fun event to finish a day of trying to have tooooo much fun. The OFM.