We had 6ft plus seas and 23 knot winds (dreaded Christmas winds) which made it pretty rough but Forever held her own and sailed like a rockstar.
They sure make it look good on HGTV and W Networks what with their Tiny Homes and Island House Hunters don’t they?
Provisioning ugh. It’s hot, it’s heavy and you be sweating. Here in Grenada the main…
After days of sweaty sorting, cleaning, and general boat stuff we had come as far…
We got her back in the water, now it’s time to get her back in the wind.
It’s a pretty involved process and from what I can tell, there’s no easy 1-2-3 standard step by step to follow.
Welcome to our favorite hurricane hole – Clarkes Court Boatyard and Marina. This contraption cradling…
With our ‘see ya laters’ all done it was time to take the first step…
Tomorrow we start an incredible journey on the catamaran Forever.
A journey that will have us retracing all the steps we took when we 1st headed out on one of the biggest adventures of our lives selling everything and sailing away.
We had no experience sailing and really no idea what we were doing, but we did it.
We pulled the plug and went for it.
The people who chose to live on this beautiful island also chose to live on a hillside.
Dr. Seuss’ quote of in a crooked town, down a crooked street applies well.
Everything comes with a price and the people who live here have to fight the elements, gravity and their own physical abilities everyday.
Thank goodness for donkeys.