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... called Islamorada. We took the boat with us and stayed with our friend Pat who lives right on the water! Perfect place! Pat runs a paddle board business - so we had some fun on the boards. We also did some great snorkelling on the reef - saw some amazing fish!
It was a great way to finish our English speaking part of the trip. For now it is onto Latin America where we will spend the next 6 months traveling through most of the 20 countries, let's hope our Spanish improves. ...
... put everything together, the realization that I will soon be embarking on a one month long adventure by myself started to finally sink in. All I could think was, "wow...this is real life! This is actually happening!" I am so excited for my adventure and I hope I am able to write something everyday, I don't want to let down my fans (mom and dad) after all! ...
... this trip. First, pictures and maps do not cover what Israel really looked like and felt like. So often I was at a loss for words to describe what it was like to walk where Jesus, King David, Solomon, and so many other beloved people of the Bible walked. It gave me a greater understanding of the places they tried to describe and the land they viewed as holy and set apart for their ministry. I am also reminded though that God's ministry is not limited ...
We decided to stay in Stuart this year. Not a bad place to be either. We joined a fitness center and work out every day. Denny fishes once week with Dave and races with him on Saturdays, so there's plenty of activities. We will be leaving the end of April for our trip home. Hopefully spring will come early. All our best to all our friends and loved ones.
... cays that are more rugged, remote and pristine. The Abacos on the other hand offer greater protection, more variety and many inexpensive marinas. We did real well anchoring out for 6 straight weeks in the Exumas. Our on-board water tanks hold 90 gallons (used mainly for dishes and showers). We also have 24 gallons in jerry cans and an additional 10 gallons in smaller containers for drinking water and the Britta filter. ...
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