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... paddle left 2 strokes etc. to get us home I channelled my Jamaican Bobsled spirit and started paddling as fast as I could until we finally made it back to the beach! Travel with me is never dull I can attest to that... but especially on the water!
A nice lunch on the patio and then we settled into a lazy afternoon of reading by the beach in our quiet little spot. The afternoon ended with a beach walk from end of the Harbour to the ...
... emeralds, rubies etc. are made by nature and refined by man where sea glass is originally made by man (bottles and jars) and refined by nature in the sea, tumbled smooth by the waves and currents creating a beach found gem. It can take seven to ten years to create sea glass and with the creation of plastics, are becoming more rare to find. Although we were not at the lowest tide we used our years of shark tooth hunting skills and came up with ...
Day 3 Tuesday February 10, 2015
Throughout the night there had been some rain and the wind had been picking up since mid evening and was meant to continue. It was time to get moving. We grabbed a quick breakfast by the ocean, had one last chat with our friend the chef who gave us a quick history lesson on Cat Island (Christopher Columbus and the prisoners that he brought with him to run amuck on the islands of Bahamas. Ironic when ...
New video: A Quick stop at Little San Salvador, Sailing through a weather front, Junior Junkanoo on Cat island, A Waterspout, The Hermitage and sunsets. If you are not a sailor, keep watching to get pass the sailing details to the Island stuff!
Youtube link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9W ...
... on the radio, and agreed to move the next day. So we moved up to Orange Creek where we figured we'd have a bit of relief, but once in Orange Creek the wind turned South and we were rolling again like mad!
As an aside: Bliss II is also a C&C 38, just a bit different than our Landfall. In all of this pitching and rolling, we ended up talking about our masts and the lines and wires that run inside of them. Both boats are in the same situation where they do ...