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We awoke to another sunny day and a hopping marina. This was Superior Charters' busiest charter day of the summer and crews were loading boats and heading out to the lake from all over the marina. The Superior Charters staff was hopping. It is fun to watch the charters' preparing to leave on their cruises. They are so excited and bring an energy to the marina. Our family was rather lazy in the morning and took our time getting ready to leave the marina. Apparently the charters energy wasn't contagious. Once ready, safety stuff reviewed, and last bathroom stops made, we headed out on our week long cruise.
The day was perfect.
It was 82 degrees and an East wind of 8-10 knots.
This is a perfect breeze for the first day of a family trip.
Once on the water we could see all the sailboat heading out
into the islands. We
counted over thirty boats in front of us.
Since they all seemed to be heading toward
We anchored in
Dinner was precooked and something that could be served cold. We don’t like to heat up the boat on hot days. Once our most excellent chicken wraps were consumed it was clean-up time and then relaxation time for the remainder of the evening. Kirsten read the “The Odyssey” by Homer for an AP school assignment. Michael, Kelsey, and I retired to the bow with our books, cushions, and blankets to begin a long evening of reading, sunset viewing, and star gazing. It was a great night. The sunset was pretty and the stars brilliant. Another great day.