The Victorian Candle
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... reasonable weather window for the 4 to 5 day passage to Harbour Island, Bahamas, adjacent to the north tip of Eleuthera.
Our passage down the Bay was uneventful, with NNW wind at 15-25 kts. This resulted in a fast, direct route downwind on the genoa alone, but it sure was cold. Dave and Bob alternated 15-minute watches with one of them outside in the cockpit and the other in the saloon warming up near our portable propane heater. ...
... we pass lots of sights and a ton of cars with license plates from states far and wide -- Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Georgia, South and North Carolina, Ohio and more. We could tell they were all headed in this direction to witness the very same event we were. A little toot-toot of the horn here and there and a wave at the other cars passing by created a sense of camaraderie, brotherhood, Americanism and pride. ...
... to be completed by spring and look forward to installing it with roller furler ***********to the new bowsprit we had fabricated and installed last year. Another Catana catamaran owner sold Dave his largely unused spinnaker because it was constructed for our model (47 ft) but had been sold with his 43 ft vessel and he found it too unwieldy. We love sailing under the spinnaker so much, and since it can be a somewhat fragile sail we are happy to have a ...
... which is near, it will see its debt of over $450 million [628.8 million (2003)] reduced by one-fifth, which will be welcome relief for a country paying 31.6 percent of its total annual expenditures in debt service. To reach its completion point, the government must continue to pursue 'macroeconomic stability' without reducing its effort to provide greater social services. This means it must redirect its spending and involvement away from economic matters, moving ...
... as adults. Each culture would have different ways of picking the time for this grand event. They would often ask the spirits for answers and based on the interpretations of local priests would prepare for the ceremony. Throughout life, the age groups would be called to assist one another during times of need. They would complete public works projects or helping an ailing member on his farm. This all emphasizes the extreme importance of community and extended family in ...