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Pulling into the dock we were met by Barb's cousin and we were on our way to a new adventure.
First Stop, something to eat and a few Red Stripe beers for me and a Pain Killer for Barb.
Next stop, the grocery store where we stocked up on food for the house that we rented.
Again, we were only a few miles away from the dock to the house, but it ...
... Captain as I'm sure you'll all understand).
That's all for now. Steve has asked you to send in any good recipes you have that are suitable to prepare whilst sailing. I've threatened to cook if he doesn't come up with something; not a good outcome as Graeme would testify to if you asked him.
Hope you're all well and happy. I'll try and get off another post before we leave but the next update might be a week or so away when we are in Jamaica.
... We left Great Harbor and motored around the corner to White Bay. We found a mooring ball and hooked on and settled in for the night. At 11:25 pm at night I was awakened by David’s father yelling for us to come up to the cockpit. We jumped out of bed and headed outside. We were less than 50 feet away from the rocky ledges of the island. I ran to the bow of the boat to check to see if our line broke from the mooring. Much to my surprise ...
... we had left from last night and ran into Heather and Tim on the Pool deck, from there we went to the casino where I played some ***** and then joined Heather and Tim for some Blackjack but no luck tonight so by 7.15 we were in the Stardust Lounge for the show Graffiti Classics, this is 2 couples that play classical music with 2 violins, a cello and I think a viola but they put a slant on it and throw in some comedy, very amusing and entertaining show. From there we ...
... to our boat, I called Rob. He didn't answer, so I was in the process of texting him to let him know everything was okay, he called back. He said "Turn around," and he was right behind me on the pier. He had bought the Effy Diversa earrings for his mom.
Off we went. The first dive was a 60 ft dive at the Kennedy, which was cool. We saw two huge Southern Stingrays (I almost stepped on one!), lots of fish and it was just ...
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