Shrimpy’s is roughly two miles from our anchorage and I make the run first thing in the morning before the trade winds start cranking up. Once that happens the waves start to build and results in a salt water shower for whoever is in the dingy. After 52 days we have the process down pretty well. I pickup Tim’s laundry and make the first run. The trip consists of riding two miles each way, filling six Jerry cans with water, dropping off his and our laundry and getting a gallon of fuel for the dingy. I then return and Tim tops off his water and waits until 4:00pm when the laundry will be ready. Tim makes the afternoon run to refill the water for 5KNOTS and picks up the laundry.
We spend our days catching up on current events/news with our phones and staying up to date on when we will get the go-ahead to travel again. The current restrictions prevent you from even moving your boat to another part of the anchorage. The Douane (Customs Officer) and Gendarmerie (Military Police) patrol the lagoon and surrounding water to make sure everybody is adhering to the social distancing and restrictions that are in effect. They swing by and record our boat name and location to make sure we are still where we should be.
We did have a spa day where Renée gave both of us a pedicure. I am looking forward to another one of those. We also take time to use the stair stepper several times a day and recently started doing frontward and backward planks. Full disclosure, I stopped doing them but Renée is still at it!