- Oct 22, 2014
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Yeah, I know. But usually we have to watch out for the bread usage, where there may be only 18 slices per loaf in multigrains. Maybe only two loaves aboard at a time, or a loaf and a pack of Hoagie buns. IMHO use bread for tuna, or roast beef & Swiss/provolone sandwiches for lunches. Hoagies work well for that too. One full sammich per day per crew of two is 16 slices in four days. Another day, and that loaf is gone. A late night PB&J snack takes your sandwich lunch away!Oh no. Way back when, I did a short visit on the USS Enterprise. 24/7 you could go to the mess and make yourself a PB&J sandwich to get by till next chow.
It is a staple.
That's the way we like to go as well. We do stock the boat pretty well before leaving home and replenish when we can. Bev does make fresh bread from time to time.it seemed that folks might wish to “snake up” through Yaculta Rapids, etc., heading to Johnstone.
Yeah. It was a surprise. I reckon most folks ARE well supplied with their own oil so perhaps that is why it is not widely stocked. The charter boat should have been supplied and I should have confirmed it there b/f we left Granville Island. Didn’t think of it. Just from routine habit of checking the dipstick each morning b/f firing her up did we discover it, but not before we left. I just assumed the boat would be ready to go. Fairly new boat w/78 hp Volvo with hardly a speck of grime on it. Who would know? It was a rather alarming amount missing, so I figure somewhere earlier a charter crew used all of the oil aboard to keep the engine supplied, but had not reported the situation to the charter company, etc.I'll have to start keeping an eye on that. On long trips I know I'll end up doing at least 1 oil change so I take lots so I have what I want.