What You Do in January in a Cold Marina

Looking Out the Boat at the Marina in Winter
Deborah on the Boat
Deborah on the Boat

Now that the cold weather is here this is what you do, sit and knit. It is now to cold to sit outside in the cockpit for any extended period of time but we can still come down for the weekend and enjoy being here. Here is Deb sitting under a bunch of blankets knitting on the boat. Surprised she doesn’t have on her mittens and ear muffs but we did get the heater working this summer, thank goodness.

There will be warmer days but we still had a nice weekend down on the boat. Once again we were treated to wonderful sunsets, right off the transom but it was a little to cold to go outside and do much. What I should be doing right now is getting a list of all the things I want to do on the boat when it gets warmer but who can get motivated in this cold.

Marina in Winter
Marina in Winter

We did take several trips over to the beach where I could do some much needed walking and DK could knit, in the shelter of our tent. Photos of that will be coming soon, pictured above are two shots I took with my iPhone, not bad for a phone camera.  The first is of Deborah of course, knitting on the boat in the heat, the second was taken from the cockpit, both with my camera phone.

One response to “What You Do in January in a Cold Marina”

  1. Hi There – I just added Scott’s contact info to MY post about “Where do you blog” (http://blog.looseends.net/blogging/where-do-you-blog/) and when I checked out the link and saw the KNITTER in the family, I wanted to say hi!

    I am an avid knitter/blogger/water person, too, so it’s fun to have discovered your blog.

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