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It's Always An Adventure
Meeting up with friends from Antigua
04/23/2012, Roseau, Dominica

We came to Roseau from Portsmouth to connect with our buddies Tyson and Judith. The anchorage is very rolly so we brought dinner over to their catamaran (which is far less rolly than a monohull, as any catamaran owner will gladly point out) and guess who took over in the kitchen? It's a no-brainer for all of you who know Ed. He takes over in everyone's kitchen. Tyson and Judith are on their way back to Antigua and we're on our way down south. It's great seeing them again. We'll stay a few days if the seas don't get any rougher at the anchorage. It's not exactly comfortable for any of us.

By the way, I did change our Lat/Lon Position as I promised to do better with that.

Spectacular Rainbow
Elizabeth (photo by s/v Picaroon)
04/22/2012, Prince Rupert Bay, Dominica

This rainbow was the most spectacular we've seen thus far. Ed and I were walking on shore with Luna when we spotted it. The purple was my favorite part. While we were on shore, Heather (s/v Picaroon) took this photo of the rainbow over Skylark. If you look closely, you'll see a second one above it and to its left.

Enjoying the bar on the Indian River
Elizabeth (photo by s/v Sapphire)
04/21/2012, Indian River, Portsmouth, Dominica

Caroline and Moby on s/v Sapphire just emailed this photo of Ed and me taken on our Indian River tour. Ed is wearing a t-shirt we got him in Coinjock, NC, along the ICW. It says, "Whereinthehelliscoinjock?" The other souvenir t-shirt he bought was from St. Martin and it says, "Bite me". I'm beginning to wonder about his sense of humor. The little white button on my cap says, "Peace". How did we end up together?? :)

Ed picking fruit
04/21/2012, Dominica, Inland

The tour guide Winston asked Ed to climb one of these trees and pick some guava fruit for us all. It was tasty, but full of hard seeds. It reminded me a little bit of grapefruit. Ed managed to pick enough for everyone. Always helpful, that man.

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