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Melissa & Dave - Adventures at Sea

We eat like kings

We awoke to another lovely morning in Filucy Bay.  When we pulled up the anchor, Dave got to test out the washdown pump for the first time.

We quickly discovered a flaw in the design – the intake hose you drop in the water tends to float.  A quick modification solved the issue:

We headed to Harbormaster Bay.  We were here a year ago but couldn’t enjoy it as the smoke from the wildfires was so thick we couldn’t sit outside.

Breakfast underway was lox and cream cheese.  Yum!


For lunch, Jim cooked fish tacos with a mango avocado salsa.  With all the food allergies aboard, Margaret had found an unusual recipe for Jicama shells.  You slice the Jicama thin and soak it in water.  We liked the taste but the shells were thick and tended to split when you bent them.  Maybe with a meat slicer we could get them thin enough.


Dinner was halibut baked in paper with a herbed mayo sauce.

After a gorgeous sunset it was time for pears poached in port with ricotta cheese with a port reduction sauce over the top.


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