July 31st, 2011

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Sunday 31 July. Off to Constanza.

Sunday, July 31st, 2011

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Amazing how many items had to still be checked and hooked up after two years on fresh water.

There is an oldĀ Catholic Church here but the priest comes just once a month from Tulcea to say mass. Not today.

These fishermen/ delta tour guides just seem to have nothing better to do than to blast past in their long boats at about two feet from the moored boats. An hour ago one of them ran right into the boat. No apology and a reasonable repair job. The epoxy busted right off under the finish. I’ll have a good reason for the “trespassers” part of the “Our Father”.