1. Two HUGE jellies. I didn’t have time to snap a picture as we sailed by but I’m pretty sure there were Pacific Sea Nettle Jellyfish like this one:
2. A drenched SSB (Story Sailboat) crew as we battled the ocean into Coyote Point.
3. Women finding a SSB seeded novel on a park bench, looking at it, talking about it, and taking it with them.
4. A seabird catching a small fish then, trying to fly away. But the fish was too heavy or awkward somehow, and so the fish struggled then, dropped the fish . . . only to catch it mid-air and fly off [seemingly] happy.
6. SSB seeded books all over the Bay Area Rapid Transit system (
's subway.) San Francisco
7. A cut and bruise the size of a softball on Patrick’s shin after he climbed up and back to the foredeck three times fixing the spindle on our roller furling.
8. The flickering morning sunlight on the still water in the channel out to the
9. Books on water fountains, in laundry mats, on door steps, in subway stations, lying on park benches and the back seats of taxi cabs, books in restaurants and window sills; free books all over
Berkeley and with literacy statistics inside and the fact: Libraries Build Literate Communities. San Francisco
10. Two happy library-advocate-sailors.