There was very little ship traffic today, but we did see the destroyer U.S.S. Farragut as it left port.
I walked down to the ocean, which was good exercise. I’m hoping to do that daily. The temperature was about 90 with 76% humidity, so it was a hot one. We've had record breaking temperature for the past few days. The wind blows all the time, and you feel like you’re covered in salt after you’re out awhile.
The jetty at low tide.
This is an access road for people who want to fish off the jetty.
I took a couple more pictures around the campground. This is the new laundry room. Laundry is free here.
We had our friends Vernine and Al over, along with our new friends Karen and Collins, for the evening get together. We found a new wine the last time we were here chocolate red wine. It’s sold here on base, and it's very tasty.
The view from our back window.
Another day in paradise.