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... one is used to a sailboat. Sunday we visited friends of Loretta’s further down at Sandy point and
also did some beach relaxing in the afternoon, but due to a freshening onshore
wind we had to pull out early as the waves where getting too big and
threatening to jump into the boat. Just as well, because we got home early
enough to watch the F1, the last half anyway. What an exiting ...
... store. They look beautiful and complete on the outside, but when you bite them, the inside is completely hollow. Nothing to give them substance; just air. I want to be the other bunny, full of experiences, good and bad, and complete.
And for a short time, St. Mary’s provided this lovely little world where the differences between those two bunnies didn’t exist, because we were all working and playing and screwing up together, ...
... reasonable weather window for the 4 to 5 day passage to Harbour Island, Bahamas, adjacent to the north tip of Eleuthera.
Our passage down the Bay was uneventful, with NNW wind at 15-25 kts. This resulted in a fast, direct route downwind on the genoa alone, but it sure was cold. Dave and Bob alternated 15-minute watches with one of them outside in the cockpit and the other in the saloon warming up near our portable propane heater. ...
... the beach that was connected to the complex's property. We got lost for a little while, then got a call from Branson wanting to give us a free vacation. It took them two tries to understand we were moving to another country. It was kind of funny because at one point they were telling us that there are many restaurants that serve turkey in Branson. Oh well :)
Dinner that night consisted of stroganoff from scratch and more ...
... Dave has contracted some significant rigging work that should reliably set us up for the next ten years of bluewater cruising. This will include replacing the side shrouds, replacing the diamond rods, replacing the pelican striker wire, and possibly replacing the forestay. We will be replacing the main halyard with a line less susceptible to "hackles" and use the current halyard line as the halyard for the new Code 0. Dave will service the spinlocks ...