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Charleston South Carolina

Charleston South Carolina

    Always something interesting We drove (by car) to DC from Charleston to attend Katie's wedding It was fun in DC - nice place for a visit and enjoyed visiting with cousins but.... Back in Charleston. It was time again to head north by boat. So, we left...

The Usual

The Usual

Life without challenges, leisure always, no problems to solve, no hardships to endure   sounds like my definition of hell. As it works out, there are  problems to be solved - periodically making life more interesting if not challenging.  The us ual...

Lightening + Hurricanes + Savannah + Beyond

Lightening + Hurricanes + Savannah + Beyond

When The hurricane season started in June of 2017, our sailing season ended for the year.  That’s the way it has been for the last five years. It’s a prudent way to behave but probably not totally necessary with the accuracy of modern hurricane forecasting....

Favorite Bahamas sites

Favorite Bahamas sites

Update and some stats... We are tied up in Highborne Cay Marina, near the top of the Bahamas Exumas Islands chain, waiting for the latest front to pass so we can proceed north. Weather calls the shots, as usual.  I was going through my daily journal to determine...

Bahamas and more

Bahamas and more

Turks and Caicos to the beginning of the Bahamas Feb 19, 2017 -Ron O. We have arrived in the Bahamas just like Columbus did - only it's 520 years later. We've come from the Turks and Caicos - Columbus  came from Spain. We are at  Mayaguana Island for now....

Blog is on Vacation but …

Blog is on Vacation but …

We are in Portland for part of the  summer and fall. But that's not a good reason for missing blog entries. So I thought I'd present a slightly different view for this entry.  Boats from different parts of the Pacific coast and Caribbean. We may have all come on...