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cruising, vb, kroozing, working on your boat in exotic locations around the Caribbean....Dudley and Becca
His Music Transforms YOU!
Becca
02/09/2010, Oasis Club House...

We love music and this musician makes your soul sing! Just another jewel of the 'enjoy yourself' montra here at Clarkes Court Bay Marina.

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Bob on Mike, Singin' Sachmo!
Becca
02/09/2010, Bob's Marina @ Clarkes Court Bay, Grenada

This is a great guy! We have grown to care alot having visited his devine digs for Wed burger night, his Fri Fish Fry, New Year's Eve, Valentines Day, St. Patricks day. Then there's pizza on Sundays, lunch whenever you want, Cricket, American Pro and College Football along with the best collection of music videos this side of the Atlantic Ocean brilliantly displayed on his huge flat screen tv with kick butt sound system.

Bob and his marina family never waiver when it comes to makin' sure everyone has a good time!

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Beautiful Workboat Races!
Becca
02/06/2010, Grand Anse Beach, Lee Coast Grenada!

The Grenadians are celebrating a tradition of working on the water with these beautiful boats restored for racing!

This weekend is Grenada's Independence weekend! Tomorrow is actually the anniversary of their independence, and they will close everything on Monday for a workday holiday for the locals!

We were lucky enough to catch a bus (two buses actually) for the event! Olga and Don were walking from Martin's Marina...whennnn, I would've been by their side on a normal day except for my back! I'm being good and bussed it with my friend Diane on Jabulani! We couldn't asked for a better day to be spectators and the racers were ecstatic to have such spirited wind!

Enjoy the photos in the gallery entitled "Workboat Races at Grand Anse Beach!

National Colors Day and Angel and Steve's BBQ
Becca
02/05/2010, Martin's Marina, Secret Harbor

We have been visiting Angel ever since we arrived in Grenada! We wanted to do our repairs and refit here at Martin's Marina way back in July of '09 when we arrived and explored our possibilities so long ago.

We've had the pleasure of exploring their property on hikes, visiting and wishing it had been easier to reach chandleries to take advantage of the folks and the beautiful location.

Here we are with our dear friends for a BBQ, finally!

It's National Colors Day, with red, green and yellow permanently displayed on their building! Then Olga and Angel showed up with blazing colors honoring all Grenadians!

Bec

WE DIDN'T WANT TO...
Becca
02/03/2010, Grenada Still!!!!

We are having a real trying time getting wifi on the boat! Our great wifi antenna we purchased in Antigua last year has been great until Grenada! We think it's just the signal on the island! We tried paying for internet throughout our time in the marina...argh! We were able to get free wifi for a little while from the Chandlery across the lagoon! Argh, not for long!

So we bit the bullet! We tried to be incognito, but there are times when we just have to have a phone! We were successful for two years, so I'm thinkin' we've held out very nicely until NOW. Skype is our wonderful free, almost, phone over internet protocol! We love it!

We're not giving the number out and don't want to chat unless it's really necessary or we don't want to advertise we're both off the boat...might as well go home for that!

Just had to share! ARGH!!!!

Dudley and Bec

Custom Made Walking Stick, by Becca
Becca
02/02/2010, On Altair @ Anchor, Hog Island...

We've been picking up sticks since we left Miami so long ago for dog deterrants, hill climbing and hiking. Now I have my very own custom made walking stick!

I was on a hike recently way up in Woburn when a kid, Jimmy, invited us to check out his "Island View Bamboo Café" which will be hosting their grand opening soon! We chatted for quite a while and he introduced me to the investor "Bubba" (who used to cook for Roger's Beach Bar for years). He was totally proud of the success he's having in finishing the construction and design of the "Bamboo Café. I lamented that we've been searching for bamboo groves during our hikes to make walking sticks with no success so far!

After lots of advice about getting a vhf radio to reach the cruisers, getting a flyer to hand out locally, then a website, he and Bubba offered me a 12' stalk of bamboo perfect for two walking sticks. Amazing what we can tote around in our dingy!

This is my finished design...can't wait to check it out! Just have to get the approval of Doc Adams, the Chiropractor I'm seeing for my back! Then my very own Doc Clark who makes sure I don't make matters worse 'til I'm better.

Hobbling and hunching Becca

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