What do you do With a Sea-sick Sailor?

What do you do With a Sea-sick Sailor?

brownies

Brownies at sea – you can’t even see the heeling effect,
thanks to an old can of coke stuffed under one end of the pan

Left cell phone range about 1 pm. Took HOURS for the crew to reef and raise the sails. I think until just after five – so 4-5 hours. That’s a long time. Especially given the fact that they needed to start dividing up into watches, getting sleep before their turn.

Cap gets sea-sick “Like it’s my business” – and it’s true, she was sick before we were barely out the gate, before we hit the ocean.

When we hit the ocean, I started noticing a little nausea, but it comes and goes. It always helps to go on deck. And in my case to eat.

Wednesday’s Menu
Breakfast
Leftovers: leftover hash; leftover bread pudding and eggs scrambled with leftover ham and cheese.
Lunch
Two white lasagnas; with beef for the meat-eaters as well as celery/carrot/onion mixture, cottage cheese and parm in top … Made a similar one for the vegetarian but with mushrooms, but she wasn’t feeling up to it.
Dinner
Oven-fried chicken (in panko) and mashed potatoes, salad with feta and sweet chili;
Dessert
Brownies