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What Is It Really Like In a Storm on the Dock?

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Good morning! We were awakened at low tide when the wind was from the Northeast at around 20 mph, creating that wave motion I talked about yesterday. With all our planning, I forgot to put bungee cord around the dehumidifier (one built for homes and on wheels) and I heard it rolling around the saloon. As the morning progressed and the tide went down the motion lessened a lot but heavy, wet snow is falling -- and sticking to the cover. One of us will have to go on deck periodically to bang the plastic and get the snow to move. 

View from the cockpit: EW getting rid of snow in the cover. We don't need a roof rake! 

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