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Down island to St Kitts & Nevis.39 days but who's counting.
Major planning is completed: Airplanes booked both way; a hotel near the airport so that we have at lease a little sleep before the early am departure; A house overlooking the 9th hole of the St Kitts golf course; A jeep for the ...
... and I helped Don purge and steam four dozen crab, half girls and half boys. We carried the steamed and seasoned crab (Old Bay seasoning) from the yard up to the paper covered dining table. Armed with mallets and paring knives, Barb and I received a lesson in “picking” crab meat. Over the next two hours we smashed shells and picked crabmeat until we couldn’t eat anymore. Don and Dutch swear they taste a difference between ...
... the church, with one important grave belonging to Anna Ella Carroll, a successful war strategist for President Lincoln.
We had the brilliant idea that we’d go have a quick and very late lunch at Old Salty’s only to find the restaurant closed on Monday’s. We had to settle for nutrition bars as we went on to our next stop, the canal built by hand. This is a 7 mile ...
... HEAVY RAIN.AFTER CAREFUL DISCUSSION ROGER AND I DECIDED TO BACK DOWN,RUN SLOW AND RIDE OUT THE STORM.MR DACH IS NOW TERRIFIED OF THUNDER AND SHAKES AND RUNS TO HIDE.ONCE WE SAW THE STORM PASS IN FRONT OF US WE RAN LIKE "HECK".WE REACHED THE WEST RIVER WHICH IS ONE OF 4 RIVERS--WEST,RHODE,SOUTH AND SEVERN ALL AROUND ANNAPOLIS.WE CHOSE TO GUNK HOLE IN THE RIVERS AND SKIP ANNAPOLIS FOR NOW.WHAT A BEAUTIFUL RIDE UP THE WEST RIVER FEW HOUSES AND FARMS ...
... door rails (see a previous entry). Dave's wishing now he had a few more witnesses to this unlikely achievement of installing the rudders with the boat in the water, without having to physically enter the water. We ran a messenger line from the engine rooms through the stock casings and tied them to a threaded bolt in the top of the stocks. We weighted the bottom of the rudders by standing them in a large bucket of rocks and metal weights from home, then secured ...