After all these posts about how we live and work onboard the R/V Langseth you may just be wondering what sort of sustenance keeps us going during the long hours. Well you’re in luck! The excellent cooks serve meals with a smile promptly three times a day at 7:20 am, 11:30 am, and 5:30 pm. Breakfasts always include mountains of eggs, bacon, sausages, and pancakes and on special occasions scrumptious muffins. Lunch usually comes with toasty grilled sandwiches, soup that warms your limbs, and crunchy French fries. Dinner varies but commonly consists of a juicy steak or pork chop, rice, mashed potatoes that put even your Mom’s Thanksgiving potatoes to shame, and a delicious desert like cherry pie. The salad bar is open 24 hours a day and even this far into the cruise still contains crisp spinach, olives, tomatoes, and a variety of other vegetables.
|A sampling of the meals served onboard with cooked by the always smiling galley staff. |
From left to right breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
In the center image the galley staff made up of June, Hervin, and Brian pose behind a lunch of pizza and soda.
We are now in the home stretch of our cruise, steaming furiously down our final sail lines to complete our 3D grid. Can’t believe there’s only four more dinners until we set foot back on dry land!