"Not only is the universe stranger than what we imagine,
it is stranger than what we can imagine."
Sir Arthur Eddington

Entering Bequia

Sailing Through the Grenadines

  •  5/20/2018
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The small islands between Bequia and Carriacou are known as the Grenadines. Other than Carriacou which is part of Grenada, they all belong to the country of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. In a stretch of less than 35 miles fewer than a dozen small islands and numerous smaller rock outcroppings dot the clear waters of Eastern Caribbean. Together, they are the most tropical looking islands that people may think of when they think of small tropical islands. Arguably, the Virgins, further north in ...
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Entering Bequia

Fix'n Boats Again

  •  5/10/2018
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Fixn boats again! (To the tune of On the Road Again, apologies to Willie Nelson) Fixn boats again Just cant stop fixn boats again Seems like that is all I ever do And it seems like I am never thru, Fixn boats again Buying parts, will it never end? Sails and heads and engine pumps again And I just cant stop fixn boats again Fixn boats again Leaving a trail of broken promises I go down the sea way Hoping for the best way Of fixn what is nixn my way, and my way Is fixn boats again Just cant sto...
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Salty Dawgs and Seven Seas

Men with Clubs

  •  5/4/2018
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Man is the only animal that blushes. Or needs to. Mark Twain In that same vein we (men and women) are the only animal that forms clubs. Or needs to. Oh, sure, other animals have their groups or packs or whatever they are called but they dont rationalize a way to join a different club. I know of no dog that decides to join a group of squirrels to enhance his or her social status or amusement. Birds of a feather may flock together but do you really think sparrows, never mind hawks, would join a g...
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Classic Boats, Classic Island

  •  4/26/2018
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We have spent most of this years winter season in Antigua for several reasons. Due to the two hurricanes that came through the northern Leewards and destroyed St. Martin, the Virgins and Puerto Rico, Antigua was the most viable island to land. We left New York in October and have been in Antigua and neighboring island Guadeloupe for most of the time. Another reason was that we knew our daughter Liz and two grandkids, and our good friend Elaine may come down for a visit. Antigua would be a conven...
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Summer Daze

  •  4/11/2018
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It’s been lazy summer days down here on the water in Falmouth Harbor; cool morning breezes give way to warm afternoon sunshine. Daily swims and frequent sundowners with other cruisers abound. At times, very brief showers sprinkle us during the day or late at night. The boat gently rocks in the protected anchorage, deep in the bay. Evening movies or TV series loaded from the laptop light up the TV screen. In the last few days, the Trade Winds were up but they were not disruptive to the laid back ...
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Odds 'n Ends

  •  3/21/2018
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Moving around Antigua, from Jolly Harbor to Falmouth back to Jolly then to Deep Bay, then Jolly and then back to Falmouth, has kept us busy for the last few weeks. It also keeps the bottom cleaner and the anchor chain from growing coral. We will be here for another month. The last blog mentioned the “’work” that is involved in living on a boat here. Most of that will be done in Trinidad, although smaller projects are almost a daily routine. But other things get our attention also, as they sail o...
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