Carl filleting the tuna we caught sailing from Jost Van Dyke to St. JohnsWe check out of customs and sail over to St. John, and are now entering the United States. Over the last year of sailing the Caribbean and meeting people from other countries, they all sing the same tune about checking into America, … Continue reading ‘MERICA
We leave Statia to sail to St. Marten and as we have come to expect on our passages we land one big Mahi, good thing we didn’t buy any meat at the store. This time it’s my turn to hold the fish up for a photo. As we make our way along I am remembering … Continue reading LIFE SAVER
Now the journey starts to move fast. We lounged around in Grenada for a week and its time to start sailing so we can get to St. Lucia by Jan. 3rd. Feeling extremely hungover from the Christmas party, Matt and I somehow manage to get out of bed and into the cockpit to start preparing … Continue reading WIND ON THE NOSE
There are those that can hang and then there are those... Well you get the picture.
Ahh the joys of the day after. I roll over after a great night of sleep, look at M.E. and ask the famous question. How big of a fool did I make myself look like last night? Her reply, "You didn't do anything too extreme besides a busted open knee and tumbling face first into … Continue reading St. Simons Island