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Where to Begin?
  Ok.  So, I know it's been waaay too long since I've touched this blog but, there have been so many changes thrown at us recently I'm surprised we're not suffering from some sort of mental and emotional whiplash.  I will TRY to be concise in my explanation...
Where to Begin?
Where to Begin?
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Two Hurricanes in One Month!
    This is Bill writing . . . Just a quick note to let everyone know that we're safe, and what we are doing right now. In short, it's been a horrendous month! We started the month still anchored out in Salinas, Puerto Rico. Katie was teaching online most n...
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Casa, Sweet Casa
  Sunset in Salinas There are many things that Bill and I have enjoyed experiencing during our travels in the Caribbean.  Trying new foods in the grocery stores and restaurants, exploring white and black sand beaches, collecting interesting shells (Ok, that...
Casa, Sweet Casa
Casa, Sweet Casa
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Saying "Adios" to the DR
   So, we spent nearly a month in the Dominican Republic. Overall, we enjoyed our time.  Walking through many streets, markets, and stores, talking to locals, and visiting a few towns gave us a pretty well-rounded, interesting experience.  Here's our tour o...
Saying "Adios" to the DR
Saying "Adios" to the DR
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Tipping the Scales
   Waiting on the weather is a fact of life when cruising. It's not just a simple matter of having wind or not; conditions on the water can make or break a cruise.  If the winds are too light, you could end up having to use your engine more than you'd like ...
Tipping the Scales
Tipping the Scales
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A Disappointing Ending
Our First View of Haiti So, a lack of internet explains why I'm a little late in an update to our legal issues in the Bahamas. I will try to summarize the movie plot-like ending to our volunteer efforts for Haiti. . . The Monday after the confiscation of do...
A Disappointing Ending
A Disappointing Ending
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"Criminals"
Rafted up, we're on the right    I am going to preface this post with a few words.  It both saddens and angers me to have to write this down but, I must.  The account I am about to put forth has no bearing on the Bahamian people as a whole. We, along with c...
"Criminals"
"Criminals"
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A Visitor in Georgetown
Bill repairing the flag halyard    Drum roll, pleeeeeease . . . I can now officially say that we have rounded a milestone!  We are farther south than we have ever been on our little boat; 58 miles farther to be exact.  This may not seem like much but, when ...
A Visitor in Georgetown
A Visitor in Georgetown
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Ruins and Slower Pace
  Black Point Harbor    Away from the mega-yacht infused marinas, over-priced stores and restaurants, and tourists in "desperate" need to post, tweet, and chat . . . away from the over-crowded hub of Nassau . . . is the Bahamian version of Mayberry. Here, t...
Ruins and Slower Pace
Ruins and Slower Pace
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Island Hopp'n
  Panorama - Beach near Fowl Cay    After spending a few days checking out Bimini, we decided it was time to move on.  Our next stop was Great Harbour (Yes, the British spelling is intentional) in the Berry Islands. White/Fowl Cay    As we left the marina, ...
Island Hopp'n
Island Hopp'n
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