SAILING OFF THE FUDICIAL COAST
Friday afternoon found us sailing just off the Fudicial Coast. The weather was glorious, royal blue skies with fluffy white clouds providing us with following seas of three feet or less. A great day for an adventure!
We be on a mission of importance. Our goal was to spy out the coast, land in a sheltered bay, and then erect 4 beacons, that would provide guidance for navigation in the days and weeks ahead. Sounds normal says ye…. Not says I. Thar be something radically newfangled that we be doing on this mission.
At each beacon, we have to dig down and install a Gold Pellet. Each pallet will then become part of the beacon, to be used in tracking our course.
CAPT’NS LOG: Radiation Therapy has made some very high tech advances. One of these is the insertion of 4 Gold Fudicials into the prostate, which is then used to track movement of the prostate due to other organs in the body that move and impact it. When calibrated with the Radiation Machine, these Gold Fudicials then signal the table as to where the prostate may be, and aligns the table with the machine, providing a focused beam of radiation to only the prostrate and not to other organs of the body. SCIENCE MARCHES ON!
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED: We prepare to get underway and back to sea. But the barometer is quickly falling. Hurricane Gonzolo is loose off the coast of Hispaniola and is growing in strength and headin our way.
Not the hurricane, but treachery in our midst,
TO BE CONTINUED
POIZEN in da Rum