St. Michael's Manor
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... both in Race 2, finishing first in our class on elapsed time. Another bright spot was our near-perfect start in Race 3. A YouTube video of this can be seen here: http://youtu.be/TIKaf92K74E
After the races, we made our first visit to the adjacent (and highly exclusive) island of Anguilla.
Wally and Patti remained with us for the passage back to the Virgins from Anguilla for a ...
... with scallops the scallops were great perfectly cooked Renn had them as well, Bryan had Oysters, Steve shrimp so a full seafood feast. We sat outside under an umbrella and enjoyed a welcomed breeze from the water, helped with the heat.
From there we went to the West Marine store our new favorite store, found a great skort and a wide brimmed hat with a string to keep it from falling off...perfect! I also ...
... lesson and move on.
St. Mary’s gave me that, that insight, that perspective - the courage to be wrong, the confidence to accept it, and the strength to overcome it. You can’t score that, or assign a monetary value to it, or put it on a resume, so the politicians and bureaucrats will never see any value in it. But it is there all the same, and I am grateful for it, and for the people who changed my life.
Countdown to Oxford: 14 ...
We are down to the D-Day minus 1.
I wouldn't call it frantic last minute preparations or anything like that. More like controlled anticipation!
Our journey will begin this afternoon with me running to Avis to pick up a one way rental to Dulles Airport! I looked at the cost of parking our vehicle vs. renting one way cars to and from the airport...They sure do like like to charge for their parking up there...looks like I'll save about 50 ...
... Dave has contracted some significant rigging work that should reliably set us up for the next ten years of bluewater cruising. This will include replacing the side shrouds, replacing the diamond rods, replacing the pelican striker wire, and possibly replacing the forestay. We will be replacing the main halyard with a line less susceptible to "hackles" and use the current halyard line as the halyard for the new Code 0. Dave will service the spinlocks ...