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We hope everyone back home had a very merry Christmas and is enjoying their holidays. We had a great visit with Susanne, Steve & family – they left the day before yesterday for home. We had a lot of fun … Continue reading
It’s been a while since either of us has slept twelve hours straight, but that’s what we did last night. It was barely dark outside, and we conked right out. We have a lot to tell you about our big … Continue reading
Oh my gosh…I fell asleep while I was uploading the Turks & Caicos flag picture. That was at 6:30 pm yesterday, and I just woke up now! It’s 6:15 am Friday. Phill also passed right out. I guess we were … Continue reading
We made it to Mayaguana, and it looks like we have the right weather to get to Providenciales, Turks & Caicos, tonight. We’re going to leave in about an hour or so, and should be there well before noon. Visit … Continue reading
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The Exumas are beautiful. We’re in Staniel Cay, Exumas, Bahamas. We arrived in the late afternoon, the day before yesterday. Our weather forecast suggested we stay put, which we were happy to do; Staniel Cay is a very nice place. … Continue reading
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We’re not far from Nassau, so I thought I’d take advantage of the signal and show you a few pictures from our passage from Chub Cay to Rose Island. Chub Cay to Rose Island, Bahamas (13-Dec-2012) We had no problems … Continue reading
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I’m back at the Chub Cay Laundry washing the last of our salty stuff. We enjoyed our first night at the Chub Cay Marina so much, we decided to stay another night ($2.75/ft – ouch! – but it was worth … Continue reading
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We’re currently at Chub Cay, in the southern Berry Islands of the Bahamas. We sprung for a night at the Chub Cay Marina. We needed a break. It was a slog getting here (quite a story, actually!), but we’ll tell … Continue reading
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We did the crossing from Miami to Bimini, Bahamas yesterday. Everything went well. The seas were a little “lumpy” (as our English friend Roger might say) getting out of Miami and for the first half of the trip. Neither of … Continue reading