Peak gusts over 95km, sustained near 80, with the wires, trees, and house howling. I was completely unable to sleep, thinking about my boat
and watching parts
of the building under construction across the street deciding to relocate.
And yet, as far as I can tell, I've been nearly the only person awake during this. Only one or two other apartments/condos/houses in the neighbourhood have any lights on.
I'm going to take a slug of sleeping potion and wander off to see if I can get any sleep, but I wonder if sailors are less able to ignore the weather
outside their door and sleep through it, or if it's just me?