Adventures of Jubilee
 
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Sue / 82 / sunny
01/24/2011, Volleyball Beach, G-Town

We have three water jugs that hold 5 gals each. The water in Lake Victoria supplied by Exuma Market is free RO (reverse osmosis) water that we use in our daily chores. The water is free, but we have to run the dinghy about a mile to get it and cart the jugs back, and load it into the boat.

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Sue / 79 / sunny
01/24/2011, Volleyball Beach, G-Town

Our solar or sun showers (we have 3) keep us clean and fresh after being sandy and salty all day. It is best to use them in the late afternoon because if you wait until dark the water becomes a little cooler.

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Sue / 79 / sunny
01/24/2011, Volleyball Beach, G-Town

Solar lights/batteries have helped us during the evening hours. We use them each night for dinner and to read any of the enormous supply of books that we now call our library. We picked these two lights (about 40watts) up at the Sunrise IKEA Store near Miami in early December after we discovered them on another cruiser in Peck Lake.

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Don / 78 / clear sunny
01/24/2011, Volleyball Beach, G-Town

Many folks have asked us what we do during the course of a day and how do we keep our electrical system going if we don't run the boat engine. That's simple; we use a small Honda Generator and we also have a 135watt solar panel.

Our Honda generator has been running almost each day if the sun doesn't shine too brightly. The solar panel has been helping out on most days, but sometimes it isn't enough.

Chat 'n Chill Party
Don / 78 / clear sunny
01/23/2011, Volleyball Beach, G-Town

Great party @ Chat 'n Chill w/ all the cruisers showing up! Sue danced all but two and had a great time!
Our hosts Rockin Ron and Kool Karen

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Don / 78 / clear sunny
01/22/2011, Volleyball Beach, G-Town

Don pictured w/ Kool Karen while Sue danced with Bill on Galena.

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