Travel Blogs from Queenstown
A record low was set last night and everything iced over. In a single night the ice developed and thickened to 1/2"-3/4". This area would normally be ice free for a month by now. Icebreaking with our new boat is NOT, NOT, NOT something I want to do. But I've seen it done a few times before, in fresh water- ...
Not really what I had in mind right now (Picture below). The delivery crew is arriving tomorrow (Tuesday) to bring the boat south to Florida. While we had originally intended for them to leave Wednesday AM, it's likely that the river accessing the Chesapeake will ...
Exactly one week from today, at this very time, I will be flying overseas to Italy! My first destination is Rome. I'll be arriving at 8:50 a.m. on Wednesday, May 9. I looked over the information that my study abroad program (ISA) sent out and found that there are other ISA students on my connecting flight from Philadelphia to Rome, so that will be nice to meet some people on my way over there. Then I won’t have ...
Well I'm just waiting for my bus in the Track and Info Office in Queenstown, got to sleep at 4.30am and the boys were quiet as mice coming in - I think they must have wondered where I'd got to - was chatting to the night-man on reception and on the internet most of the night.
Queenstown is ...
Well this entry may be a bit boring no
pics OK. (might add some later.)
We are pretty busy finalising
every last job and detail to cast off from the security of the dock.
We sell Subie this week (if she sells) and head off within 10 days,
if all goes to plan.
We are the last of all of our new friends
here to leave of course. We are going to miss it here but not
for too long I suspect. The ...