It’s hard to tell by this picture but we did some major galley provisioning – FINALLY! Filled the Subaru up inside and outside. Not once, but twice! Continue reading
That is what Steve sees. Continue reading
That is what Steve sees. Continue reading →
It’s hard to tell by this picture but we did some major galley provisioning – FINALLY! Filled the Subaru up inside and outside. Not once, but twice! Continue reading →
Our catamaran Nauti Boy needed some repairs before officially becoming Knot Anchored so we hung around the Bahamas for a couple of days. Once the final repair had been done it was too late to leave so Thurs Aug 6th became launch day!
When someone says they’re going to The Bahamas you conjure images of umbrella drinks and beautiful beaches right? Continue reading →
This was not a surprise. Our AC’s demise happened at noon in this non stop 33 degree Celsius weather in a Publix parking lot. That scary noise we were ignoring became a scary smell and we pulled the plug on her or should I say pulled the belt off.
Alas this type of event DRASTICALLY changes your trip. Driving is okish but sitting at a stop light is hot, that’s the only word there is for it HOT. Continue reading →
We closed out beautiful Savannah with one of those hop on hop off free tours. This place is so romantic and creepy (in a good way) at the same time. Continue reading →
We left the town of Hillsville really early 7:30 it was pretty chilly really only 11degrees Celsius, well that was going to change.
Hey here’s a cool thing – I thought it was a driveway but apparently its used when you lose your brakes on these declines. Just drive up the ramp. Here I am thinking wow that must be awful for those people with THAT driveway in the winter, such a Dodo. Continue reading →
This past weekend was bitter sweet. It was the final clean up and the last hurrah at the Lake House. We worked hard, pulled together and tied up loose ends all with smiles on our faces. Cause that’s how we roll.
Thanks so much to everyone who was a part of it. It meant a lot. Continue reading →