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... spent time talking about the government housing neighborhoods we passed, but didn't mention anything at all about the sugar mill ruins.
Right when we got to the trailhead, something went wrong with the vehicle, and we all got a good whiff of smoke as the safari buses have open sides. They're great for taking pictures, not so great when the vehicle dies in this manner. Fortunately, we were where we needed to be and set off. One thing that ...
... as I watched, two arms came out carrying the boat, lowered it into the water, the arms withdrew back into the ship and then the side of the ship, the garage door, swung down and closed leaving no sign of a door. Amazing. I don't know what the name of the ship was or I'd look it up. More money than I can imagine.
We are in the harbor at Gustavia (see us on the right side of the picture) and it was an experience getting in amongst all the small ...
... non-spinnaker” when providing the ratings information.
The race was scheduled to start at 1000 and the cruising class was the first of the three classes to start. We departed the anchorage around 0800 and went out for some practice as well as to watch for the race committee to set the starting line and windward mark, since these intended locations were still unknown. We put the mainsail up full, but quickly lowered it to the first reef as ...
Here is blog 3 from our last school holiday, Oct.7 -11. After we arrived back on St. Maarten on the Monday we had a Canadian Thanksgiving feast with the other teachers at the school. A great meal to end our holiday!!
The weather has become progressively less humid throughout October, so our evenings are a bit cooler (78F) and the days still around 85-86F. Still daily showers though.
We're settling into our routines here on St. Maarten, and the rainy season means it rains almost every day, sometimes, quite torrentially. However, the rain doesn't lessen the humidity or make it much cooler, so it still is pretty hot. When the sun shines through, it evaporates all the water, and voila, we are sweating buckets again. We just had "Tropical Disturbance #1" pass over us, so the clouds have been heavy, and ...