We have huge numbers of photos and videos. Typically we just store them and do not do a thing with them. Today, I was replying to a question in a sailing group and I wanted to find a photo of a particular thing: our round fender in use as a stern anchor rode marker or crab pot marker. This photo would be useful to my reply. While in search, I found the funniest non-action video: David and I standing on deck watching a tree float by the boat while anchored bow and stern and tied to the side of Georgiana Slough.
At the time, we were concerned that the large log–actually it was a tree–would puncture the inflatable Tinker Traveler dingy. It missed. Then we became sure that it would foul on the anchor marker fender. It did, temporarily, but then continued floating on down stream. While caught, David conjectured that it might come back and ram us — always looking for the potential excitement. The beginning of a slow October day in the Delta captured on video. I wonder what else we have in the terabytes of image and video files?