Why is provisioning so tiring?

Could he be more tired?

Farley looks how I feel after trying to shop for six months. #sailing The hard part comes after getting back to the boat. After loading the provisions into our dingy, we to lift it onto Mattina.

Then the fun begins. We open all cabinets and storage areas and play the game for figuring out where to store everything.

Farley is left with a corner to sleep in the cockpit. Behind him you can see our cockpit cushions, shoved out of the way, so we can access spots for oil, cleaners, etc.

The question. Why is the dog exhausted when we did all the work?


4 thoughts on “Why is provisioning so tiring?

  1. Well, Farley clearly did a lot of worrying about you, the process, whether he would have everything he needs (which you’ve made sure of in another post). That’s exhausting for a dog, you know. Plus, I think we get vicarious rest when our dogs naps 5-6 hours at a time! 🙂


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