Monthly Archives: March 2010

The cruising life, as everyone wants it to be

March 20, 2010 Luperon, Dominican Republic Cruising is about weather and anchoring and self-sufficiency.  Cruising is also very much about TIME to do things we love (some of which we didn’t know we love until we went cruising!) These pictures … Continue reading

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Hello from the Dominican Republic!

March 18, 2010 Luperon, Dominican Republic It is about 9 pm, and I must be operating on autopilot.  We left Sand Cay in the Turks and Caicos yesterday afternoon at about 3:30, after a FULL couple of days cruising hard.  … Continue reading

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Pictures update . . .

March 10, 2010 Cooper Jack Bay “Marina”, Provo, TCI Pictures first, so anyone tired of my drivel can ignore it! Dolphins showing us the way through a shallow route.         Sailing in company with Osprey (left) and … Continue reading

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Water . . .

March 8, 2010 Sapodilla Bay (or close enough, anyway), Providenciales, TCI The “Q” flag was just replaced with the (homemade) courtesy flag for the Turks and Caicos . . . we are on our 3rd country of the trip! As … Continue reading

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On we go . . .

March 3, 2010 Red Shanks anchorage, George Town, Exuma Basic vocabulary: VHF – radio used for communication.  Think old-style party line – there is NO privacy on the VHF, even if you think you have a “secret channel” Weather window … Continue reading

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