ORION weathered the effects from Tropical Storm Jose on her mooring just fine, but it did get a little dicey the second night in as the wind topped out at nearly forty miles per hour and remained windy for four days. She stayed put, though, and I'll be visiting her soon just to see if the mooring moved at all and how the pennant looks. Her sailing days for the season are already numbered, however, and I've already started to look at days that would be best for taking her out of the water. This has been an extremely short season, but I hope to sneak in a few more afternoons before finally putting her to bed for the winter.
Here's a picture taken of ORION dancing around on her mooring line: