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... singer / guide who interacted with the group. The cruise took us across a large lagoon from the Dutch side to Marigot, the capital of the French side where we got investigate on our own for about an hour before returning to the ship via a scenic bus ride. This is a very hilly place and surprisingly busy in the cities. This place looks very popular with the yachties and it would be easy to while away a couple of weeks of vacation ...
... An elderly gentleman from somewhere in Asia decided to do his morning Tai Chi on the dock just behind "Dave". As he got into his routine a young Caucasian and his Islander Friend strolled by both smoking and one drinking a bottle of beer. I was struck by the irony of the "wisdom of age" and the "folly of youth" being so clearly displayed together in the blink of an eye.
Anyway that's all for the moment. Hope this finds you all well and happy.
Ciao for now.
Just a quick update; mainly for the family who are about to fly out and come over to join me :)
We had the Bimini and Spray Dodger brought to the yacht today; they look great but there are a few trims and adjustments they need to make so they've taken them back to the loft to work on them. Should be back and fitted to the yacht this afternoon.
They have started today on fabricating the Davits for the Dinghy which will also house the Solar Panels, Wind ...
... way home is not falling into the water between the dock and the yacht!
**** he just started playing and its Country and Western. Oh well! Good thing I'm a "Boot Scooting Master" as many will testify to! ;) Willie Nelson's got nothing on me except a couple of years. Did I tell you the sun is very strong here?
Hope you're well. Thanks for your comments and messages. Keep them coming; keeps the "Homeboy" connected.
... We still have 2 full seas days before we arrive on Sunday morning. We seem to be averaging about 17 knots and the sea state is fairly gentle which some slight waves whipped up by the wind. Again no trouble for a ship this size. We soon pull away from the port and change heading to a north-westerly direction as we head back to Florida. We still have 2 full seas days before we arrive on Sunday morning. We seem to be averaging about 17 knots and the sea ...