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... miles away and had a good sail, often having to reef to slow down,
9/4 We arrived at Clarence Bay just after dawn and worked our way in through the coral reef and anchored behind the marina outer wall, After a 4 hour sleep we decided to go to “Flying Fish Marina and moored there for a day, We went to the Marina Bar which had Wifi and tried on the internet to get a crew to help us home. There was a mile walk to the nearest store for a loaf of bread, the Bahamas are ...
... a monohull, we would have been tossed off the bed every 5 minutes. The anchor held superbly. This time, Mary Beth did the anchor-check by taking the dinghy out with the "look bucket" (glass bottom 5 gal bucket). OK, think 'choppy seas, run the outboard, and then slow down for a quick look at the bottom, through the glass bottom bucket'. She was amazed -- the anchor was clearly visible in 10ft water, even at dusk. We slept soundly, rocked by the waves.
... more fluid, less rigid. Our days unfold, they don't just bing-bang, do-this, do-that happen. I'm content to do nothing for stretches. I can just lay on the settee with my legs stretched out in front of me, watching the sky through the hatch. I can stare at the water for hours, utterly content. Me. Unbelievable. How will I cope in the real world? To which Steve responds, “This is the real ...
... where the wreckers brought their goods to sell. Wreckers made their living taking goods from ships that were wrecked on the reefs until the mid 1800's. We’re excited to get back to the boat and move it so we can plug in the coffee pot and turn on the lights. Yeah. We are watching a movie tonight! Tomorrow's
plan is to go to church in the morning and try to do absolutely nothing the rest of the day. That's not as easy as it ...
Monday, March 21 - Today was very breezy, but sunny and warm. We needed gas for our generator and outboard and there is no gas on the island, so Denny took our 5 gal. jerry can and Chad took his propane tank for his stove over to the supply barge. They took them to Marsh Harbor and returned them in the afternoon. Denny put the finishing touches on one of his conch shells and began a two ...
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