Saturday, December 20, 2008

Seabulk energy at Gaveston anchorage


Things are looking up today. The sun has come out and the fog seems to be dissipating. I can now actually see the mast and funnel of “Seabulk Energy” a mile off as the sun works on this fog from the top down. As I came down from the bridge, the pilots were opening up the Houston Ship channel and taking in the ships in.


I would be lying if I said that we weren’t enjoying the anchorage. But the problem with anchorages is that you can’t make fresh water and your provisions start running out. So it will be great if things start moving up in the channel and we can get some fresh veggies on our plates.




1 comment:

Louis said...

You write well. I enjoyed the story about Spanky. I'm a pilot in Houston and ran across a reference to your blog in gCaptain. I look forward to meeting (I almost said "running into") you some day.

Lou Vest