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... three days before boarding the yacht Sea Cloud II for a cruise around the Lesser Antilles with British garden author and expert Anna Pavord.
We've chosen this trip (with the Smithsonian) for several reasons; it is nice to go someplace warm in January; it is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet and learn from Anna Pavord, whose books I have ...
... very few if any possible alternatives once we hit the open ocean. Will probably play it by ear for a few more hours, but the general consensus is leaning towards the ICW rather than open ocean. I wish Brandi and the girls were here to be able to experience the trip. It is a definite learning experience and the scenery is terrific.
... He also brought back a bug of some kind and isn't quite 100%. Just hope it's not catchy!!!!!!
We were ready to have another sail so when Dylan returned we headed over to the other side of the Chesapeake Bay close to Rockhall. After about 3 hours of trying to catch wind (the wind had died down) we ended up motoring over near to Rockhall and dropped anchor and had a swim - we then headed back and arrived back at Pleasure Cove around 7pm after ...
... Life Guard. As I
suited up in a windcheater and gloves to minimize the bites, Dylan
attacked from above and got it out rapped on the broom he was going to
use to pin it while i GRABBED it. It bit the broom a few times but then
rapped around long enough for Dylan to throw it overboard. It was at
least 10 feet long and 3 inches thick. Well that what it seems now.
Really five foot and ...
... have made some smaller islands disappear entirely. Many of the shores in the area are very shallow, meaning if the water rises just a few inches it can move a long way inland. Many people make predictions that a large number of present-day communities will be under water in the next century. The last building was the smallest of the four, and it looked at the cultural history of the area. It was a somewhat cursory glance at the history of the ...