Usually Honey loves meeting new friends.
I’ve explained to her that Hurricane Joaquin is not someone she wants to meet.
I think she understands.
Honey’s Day Of Storm Prep
We tried to take advantage of lower winds and rain yesterday by doing most of our prepping above deck.
While we took down our two forward sails, removed most of the protective canvas, and put the seats and oars for our dinghy away, Honey napped quietly below.
I’ve never been so proud of her in my life.
Not Exactly Singing In The Rain
Many models are now predicting that Joaquin is most likely to travel east and north and not make landfall in the United States.
But we’re still looking at lots of rain and wind over the next few days.
The heat of our three bodies is causing condensation on all the metal ports (windows) and hatches (skylights).
I’ve tried to tell Honey to breathe less but she’s not buying it.
We took advantage of somewhat mild-ish winds and only steady (as opposed to torrential) rain this morning to take Honey off the boat for a potty break.
No one was interested in playtime or walkies.
I’m thinking today we’ll be Sleeping in the Rain, not singing.
Your Turn: What do you do when bad weather keeps you pinned down? Do your pups cry and complain? Or can they veg out until things get better?