|...two shadows on a windy day...|
It is no surprise that I don’t know how to work the TV on a boat. I am in the Beginner Category with the channel changer at home, and I am a no show on the boat. There is too much to do here to figure out even where the on and off button is. Even when i wake up earlier than the normal person, and go to sleep later, there is still no electronic viewing time. In the mornings when I want to exercise, I want to see the ocean just a little bit more, so rather than using the treadmills in the gym, I walk the perimeter of deck 11, where the track tells me that 3 rounds equals walking one one, and 5 circles of the track equal 1 kilometer. I can tell by the rocking of the boat this morning that it is going to be windy up there – so windy that I have on a jacket and will wrap a scarf around my neck. This was not the gear of the Mediterranean, but the Bay of Biscay in the Atlantic is its own joy.
|A windy deck entering Lisbon|
...the hat gave serious whiplash to anyone who walked by too closely...