July 23

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When Rick gets fuel for Odelia, it is not a jerry can operation like on Millennium Odyssey. Odelia comes to a dock and the truck comes to him. Even if it is a mini-tanker it’s still a lot of fuel.

Cute little mini tankers

Cute little mini tankers

When Tsipy saw that all the fisherman had left during the night she wanted to get there so she had us up we were tied to the dock before the sun rose. Today was the day for fuel and we needed a dock that the Mini-tanker could drive on. We were thinking about going back out to anchor after refueling but were told the fishermen were gone for a least two days so we could stay.

I like it more when we are on anchor, but it is a lot easier to go for a walk when you are tied to a dock.

Rick did the final quality control and painting on the job and we painted, and installed the lifting U-bolts. With the sun the way it is here it was easy to get a second coat on the raw epoxy, both inside and outside the locker. So it is well protected from the sun. Rick is very pleased with the job and his boat building lessons.

Paints all done, just have to put in the lifting bolts once it is dry

Paints all done, just have to put in the lifting bolts once it is dry

Bonnie and I walked all the way to the end of the bay where the old quarry is. On the way it was easy to see the drop off of the water by the color.

Looking out  the cut into the sea.

Looking out the cut into the sea.

There were a few campers there, it looks like a great way to tour Greece.

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