Arctic Tern

10 September 2014 | Mars Hill, NC
30 July 2014 | Lantana to Sarasota, FL
28 June 2014 | Mars Hill, NC
09 June 2014 | Lenox,Massachusetts
24 May 2014 | Mars Hill,NC
22 May 2014 | Bradenton, Florida
04 May 2014 | Bradenton, Florida
27 April 2014 | Grand Bahama Bank in 12 feet
25 April 2014 | Nassau, Bahamas
24 April 2014 | Warderick Wells
16 April 2014 | Conception Island
03 April 2014 | Luperon
29 March 2014 | Samana, Dominica Republic
28 March 2014 | Los Haitises national Park
27 March 2014 | Haitises National Park
26 March 2014 | Los Haitises National Park, DR
25 March 2014 | Samana, Dominican Republic
24 March 2014 | Samana, Dominica Republic
06 March 2014 | Bahia Almodovar

Hopefully the last move

30 July 2014 | Lantana to Sarasota, FL
First let me say that I am very grateful to have parents at this stage of my life. Having said that I hope this is the last time my sister and I move my parents. A few weeks ago I flew to Sarasota Florida, where my sister lives and where we would be moving my parents from the east side of Florida. My sister, Louise, had done an incredible amount of work finding a place for my parents, arranging for the move of two wheel chair bound people and seeing to hundreds of details. We moved their furniture and meager belongings in a Uhaul trailer.

Dad lives in Assisted Living in a small studio apartment that we had to furnish and Mom is in the nursing home in the same facility. It was a four day marathon to get the move done and get them settled. There were funny moments, like trying to put together a TV stand that was so poorly made that we could not put it together. When we took it back to Staples in pieces at 8:30 pm the understanding manager said “Yes, I know there are some pieces that just cannot be constructed”.

Louise lives about ½ mile from Mom and Dad and has been there everyday to help them get settled and to see to their needs. I am grateful for a loving caring sister. Meantime Dad and I exchange letters every few days.
Vessel Name: Arctic Tern
Vessel Make/Model: Island Packet 45
Hailing Port: Valdez, Alaska
Crew: Hunter & Devi Sharp
About: Devi's evil twin- skippy
Arctic Tern's Photos - Arctic Tern (Main)
A mountain village in the Andes
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Created 28 October 2008
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Created 27 October 2008

Migration of the Arctic Tern

Who: Hunter & Devi Sharp
Port: Valdez, Alaska