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The last month has been a whirlwind of transition for our family.  While we are all very excited about our future plans, it has also been challenging readjusting to life on land.  For the last year, we have lived as a family unit in our floating home having lots of new experiences and having time […]

The time has finally arrived to make official our plans for the coming year.  Or, at least, to post them here on the blog.  It’s been a while since our last post, but we’ve been awfully busy transitioning off the boat and getting our summer itinerary all lined up.  From the start, our intention has […]

Our last sail of the season did not end quite the way we had wanted but, once again, we were reminded that we are not in control and mother nature reigns over the seas.  Once we made it to St. Mary’s, Ga, we had the option of either continuing the ICW through GA which is […]

We crossed back to the states after a calm day of catching mahi and crisp ocean breezes flowing around us.  It could not have been a better crossing back to the states.  We were even able to fry up one of the mahis for lunch while underway.  After days of planning and changing those plans […]

After leaving Elbow Cay, we stopped back by Marsh Harbor to re-provision (have I mentioned how bad I am at provisioning) and do some laundry (bucket laundry just doesn’t cut it sometimes).  We encountered the only rainy and stormy day we had in the Bahamas so it was perfect for getting boat chores done and […]