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... it was unbearable and the family wasn't making it much easier for me. On Sunday the 30th I skyped with Mom and Han and they supported my idea to leave, and encouraged me do it immediately. I went back to the boat and gave in my resignation. They weren't that shocked, obviously, and asked me to stay until they found someone new; which luckily happened quickly. I booked a flight back to Fort Lauderdale for Wednesday. The last few days were slightly awkward, but manageable.
... I will definitely make it at home with peri-peri chicken.
After the little "fall-out" with the family, things have gotten a lot better! It feels like everyone has found their groove, and I certainly know where I fit in. I feel closer to the family, which makes things so much easier. We went provisioning on Friday and left to Harbour Island on Saturday, finally. It was a rough ride, I was slightly nauseous. We docked at Ramora Bay, but the marina wasn't up ...
... in the day had lessened and the jaunt back to the boat into the wind was not a difficult one.
We spent five nights anchored in the northwestern corner of the harbor for the passage of two separate frontal systems. The temperatures were very cool and we had to unpack some warm clothes. On Monday, March 4 after brisk winds through mid-afternoon, we moved across to the eastern side of the harbor near town. In the meantime, we had done ...
... what we are doing for tea but may catch a movie under the stars later up on top deck on the 60ft TV. Sharon just pointed out a massive black cloud which may put pay to the movies under the stars, pic attached hopefully. Sorry about the lack of pictures but Internet is extremely expensive and we only get so many free minutes and pictures take an age to upload on this app, they are quite a bit faster on FB hence there are a few on there. Adios for now, until tomorrow ...
... stopping to meet and chat a bit with Geoff and Bunkey on S/V Party of Two. We discovered we had been anchored near them in Georgetown during our visit there in 2009. They were waiting for businesses to open the next day (Monday) to pick up what they needed to repair their only head before they ventured on to Georgetown to spend the season there again.
Ashore we visited the Ocean Hole Park, a short walk from the waterfront, and ...
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