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Today is a full curfew day and it is indeed very quiet here at the docks. There is a bit of traffic on the main road, but the local newspapers stated that the police would be enforcing the curfew (unlike before!) so that seems to have cut down on movement quite a bit. Only one tour boat with day trippers went by, and there were only a couple of people aboard. Nobody is walking along the docks. I just took some pork chops out of the freezer and will pop it into the sous-vide; the beef cuts that I found are low quality ones and need a lot of time before they are tender enough to be tasty, so I would want to cook them for many hours or even overnight and it is too late for that now.
I used the total curfew day to sit in the shade of the bimini and listen to music and read my book. I couldn't find the energy to go forward and climb into the chain locker to get rid of the rust in there, and the other tasks in my to-do list didn't interest me on this hot and quiet Sunday. I had a short length of line that needed whipping at both ends, so I did that, then I did some work on the computer and finally got my backup to NAS running, and also re-booked my flights back to Europe as my original flight was scheduled for Monday and I couldn't get the boat ready and myself to St. Martin in time.
There was a lot more sanding dust and debris in the aft cabin than I'd thought, so I gave it a good vacuum and subsequent cleaning with the local equivalent of Pine Sol which is called Ozon and has a heady perfumed smell. That pretty much finished my work day and as the sun set I grilled the pork chop on the BBQ and ate it with a baked potato topped with spices and butter.