Location: On Passage

Today we woke up to the delicious smell of homemade pancakes, courtesy of Rocco and Shana. We all devoured the pancakes; sadly, today was also the last day of the program for Marley Rubin; we sadly wish her farewell to the tune of “ohhhhh, you’ll never see your friends again.” Once Marley was off of Argo, it was time to finish getting ready for passage. This consisted of putting the storm anchor back into forward bilge. A few tedious hours later and the task was completed, just in time for Lunch. For lunch, we enjoyed sweet potato bowls with a side of quinoa. Once we finished the clean-up for lunch, it was time to pull up the anchor and bounce on out of here. Headed towards Cape May, we turned into the Chesapeake, where the rest of our day was spent underway on Passage. To make navigating the Chesapeake easier, it was decided that we will stop and anchor for the night. So at 22:00, we dropped anchor and eagerly waited to continue the passage.