It’s difficult to believe that we arrived in the Caribbean at the island of Martinique after our Atlantic crossing only about two months ago. It seems like it should be longer. Wayne and I have often talked about how time passes so differently at different periods in life. This has been a very dense two months. As I write this, we are currently anchored off St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands.
What an enjoyable travelogue. Stay well and happy.
Love coming along on your adventures. It must be interesting to see the Carribbean after so many years, and be able to show Wayne around places you've been. Unfortunately, I'm sure not all the progress has been "good" progress. Fair winds and calm seas as you continue your adventures.
I am enjoying your blog Christine. Will you go snorling in these waters? Do you have an underwater camera?
While I usually read your logs on arrival, I had a clear day today and what a reward. I feel so like a "peeping John" looking into your photos and notes. Thank you. and not a note or story of near disaster, only smooth sailing. Thank you. I had the chance to share my Howardsville poems (the ones refused from the MFA back in 94) during a Lenten Prayer service; if interested I'll try to send it to you--it's on youtube. John
Hi John - I write this as we are cruising along the north coast of the Dominican Republic. We left Puerto Rico yesterday afternoon and we hope to arrive in Clarence Town, Long Island on Thursday where we will clear customs and enter the Bahamas. We now have Starlink Internet on the boat, so I can be sitting here on my computer going through emails. AND, I can also watch YouTube videos, so yes, send me the link!