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We were back in Annapolis yesterday and managed to get together with our friends, Wendy & Burry on s/v Seahawk. We met them in Kingston before we left in September. They’ve been cruising the Eastern Seaboard and the Bahamas on … Continue reading
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We may be back in the US, but we still have a few Caribbean stories for ya… So we left Allen/Leaf Cays (the place with all the iguanas) on May 18th and sailed north out of the Exuma Islands bound … Continue reading
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We’re in Norfolk, Virginia. We arrived around 8 pm yesterday, and decided to stay a couple of nights in the municipal marina (Waterside Marina, $1.50/ft/night, water included which is a nice change from 50 cents a gallon in the Bahamas). … Continue reading
We made it to Beaufort, North Carolina with half a day to spare (it took us three and a half days, total). We opted for a marina for shelter from what’s supposed to be a very nasty storm tonight (some … Continue reading
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Today’s the day…we’re leaving this afternoon for a four-or-so day passage to Beaufort, North Carolina (or thereabouts). We’ll be leaving this afternoon from Marsh Harbour, Abaco, Bahama. But while I have your attention (and the only wifi connection we’ll see … Continue reading
We were hoping to have left The Bahamas for the US by now, but the weather isn’t co-operating. Our plan is to leave from our current location in in The Abacos and head straight for North Carolina (probably the Cape … Continue reading
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After we left Norman’s on May 16th, we stopped into the fuel dock at Highborne Cay to get some water and a few groceries at the overpriced resort store. Many things are relatively expensive in the Bahamas, but a small … Continue reading
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You know that saying “You can never go home again”? Things change and/or you change so that upon returning to a place after a long absence (home, an alma mater, a fondly remembered vacation spot, or whatever), you can’t really … Continue reading