Turtles11/23/2010, Oriental NC
Turtle cuts open the rudder to see what is happening inside...
Our box in Oriental11/23/2010, Oriental NC
Our home... kind of...
getting mast ready to come down11/15/2010, Oriental NC
All of the mast wiring comes to this point, I set it up for this possibility. On the mast there are deck lights, navigation lights and the radar. The radar is connected by all the color coded wires at the bottom terminal strips.
getting the boat ready for the hard11/15/2010, Oriental NC
Isobel helps fold up the dingy.
In for repairs11/12/2010, Oriental NC
Pete points the way. Yes, even here there are traps... must be crabs of fish traps...
We are off to the BVIsbill
11/08/2010, Hampton Public Piers
Wanted you all to know that we will be departing Hampton at dusk today. This will have us arrive at a gulf stream entry point (34 15N 76W) early Wednesday morning. As Chris Parker, our weather guy said, this will be the least worst time to cross. We will have wind and waves behind us and we are expecting about 6 hours of pretty rough conditions. Nothing dangerous, but most likely unpleasant.
test from HamptonBill
11/07/2010, Hampton, VA
Catherine returns home.
We now have the main cabin organized enough to be able to sit around and have a beer... a Vermont beer
Waiting on Tomas11/05/2010, Hampton Public Piers
What we are dreaming of...
delayed... and workingclear and very cold
11/02/2010, Hampton Public Piers
Isobel found some girls to play with. They investigate some mollusks on the pier.
April 2013, Guna Yala, Panama