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Don't Blow the Boat Up!
Galley Wench Tales - variable weather
08/18/2013, Jacksonville, FL

My husband just wasn't sure whether or not to trust me to keep the boat safe in my first foray with pressure cooking. To find out if his fears were justified, click here

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Ship vs Shore Cooking (& recipe)
Galley Wench Tales -- good solar day!
08/02/2013, Jacksonville, FL

There are some definite differences, even in the same galley. What are my 7? For those and my favorite comfort-food soup, good even in the summer, click here. What are your ship-to-shore differences?

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Lizard Condos
Galley Wench Tales -- no thunderstorms today (yet?)
07/29/2013, Jacksonville, FL

Missed getting a decent shot of the 4' gator in the slip across from ours in our marina today. Some other time.

Meanwhile, click here for more about our other wildife

Ad do tell me about yours, whether it's as magnificent marine iguanas in the Galapagos or simply as charming as your favorite domesticated furball.

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Snaggletooth Sailing
Galley Wench Tales - variable weather
07/23/2013, Great Inagua (retrospective)

The squall "fringe" enveloped us... click here to find out what happened next

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Hand-cranked 1870 Lighthouse Keeps On Keepin' On
grateful Chantal's dissapating
07/14/2013, Great Inagua (retrospective)

Great Inagua's off the beaten track, but well worth the visit. Click here to learn more about their lighthouse, with links to more on other Bahamian lighthouses and Great Inagua.

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Dolphin House, Bimini Art Extraordinaire
Galley Wench Tales - lightening, thunder, rain.... and sun!
06/26/2013, Alice Town, Bimini (recent retrospective)

In 8 months of Caribbean sailing, this is my favorite man-made wonder... click here for photos and story

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