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... So we hopped in the dingy and took off with John & Kim. What a spread and good time that was. It turned out to be an old fashioned hootenanny with food!
Friday, Dec. 26 - Den. waxed the hull and I oiled all the teak below decks and at 4 pm we left for the Lizard bar and grill's pizza and beer night. It was an exceptional evening. Great pizza, great Bahama beer and John brought his guitar and a couple other sailors showed up with theirs ...
... and filled with all the food and hiked back to the dingy dock. After unloading everything on the boat we returned to shore and the beverage store. Thursday, April 3 we went to town in search of WiFi and found it at Java, a neat coffee shop. Later we took the dingy to meet up with everyone on a beach called Mermaid Reef. The snorkeling here is supposed to be wonderful. At the dingy dock a woman asked us if we could take her to her boat because she locked her dingy but forgot ...
... minutes of maintaining his position, the wind continued shifting more and lessened as the squall passed, swinging the boat away from the motor yacht and presenting a lot more clear room now behind Pas de Deux. Dave could now start the process of pulling in chain, retrieving the bridle, and then fully raising the anchor to move the boat back toward its original position to reset. This took numerous trips back and forth between the helm and ...
... the boat again forced to eat ashore, but Snappas has a Mexican night tonight so here goes
a night of hot food and coronas & margaritas
Plan- Refuel- Regas ( + spare), Reprovision, Rewater and set off tomorrow afternoon
The winds are now looking good and friendly for next week so hopefully 3rd time lucky
we will now not have time to explore the Azores and our 2nd extra crew blew out so phil will do the whole trip - ...
... s Healthcare System; which I have been researching a bit, prompted by Kijohnna's need.
Kijohnna has an eye condition that, were she part of an American middle-class family, would have been taken care of at a much younger age with a simple surgery. Kijohnna is 7 years old.
Harbour Island is not a poor place, but wages for the locals here is about a third of what they are in the U.S. Given the high cost of living, the only ...