Sailing Ti Amo

19 February 2019 | Hog Cay, Jumentos
18 February 2019 | Hog Cay, Jumentos
17 February 2019 | South Side Bay, Little Raggeds
16 February 2019 | South Side Bay, Little Raggeds
15 February 2019 | South side Bay, Little Raggeds
14 February 2019 | South side Harbor, Little Raggeds
13 February 2019 | Salina Point, Acklins
12 February 2019 | Salina Point, Acklins
11 February 2019 | Delectable Bay
10 February 2019 | Delectable Bay, Acklins
08 February 2019
08 February 2019
07 February 2019
06 February 2019 | Crooked Island, Bahamas
05 February 2019 | Little Harbor, Long Island
04 February 2019 | Clarence Town, Long Island
03 February 2019 | Joe’s Sound
02 February 2019 | Joes Sound
01 February 2019 | Joes Sound, Long Island Bahamas

Where does the day go

19 February 2019 | Hog Cay, Jumentos
It seems that we should have plenty of time on our hands and every day I tell myself I am going to account for all of my time .......but there is no time to sit and log. When in a flotilla, there are other folks jockeying for your time as well as the needs of your own crew and boat.

Yesterday we went for a nice long walk on the Atlantic side of the island. There are paths marked with different items that have floated up on the beach. Someone actually takes time to make a path for all to get from one side to the other. It is such fun to folllow the markers and see just where you end up.

After combing the beaches and getting frustrated by the lack of sea beans, up pops a hamburger bean right before me. Laurie was about twenty yards ahead of me and she found one and seriously twenty yards ahead of her Stacey hollers she found one as well. How crazy is that? A huge success to have everyone find one.

Back to the boat for lunch and then getting ready for the 4:00 appy hour at the Hog Cay Yacht Club. Bernie maintains the area is busily planting coconut palms when we arrive on shore. We have ten boats in the anchorage and three guitar players ...... it made for an enjoyable evening. Andre’ has brought pizza he made on board, we took in kielbasa bites and mustard, Laurie made her fish spread and there were some other things to enjoy as well. The evening passed quickly as the sun was down and darkness filled the anchorage with only the lights on the masts to guide a sailor home. What a life!
Vessel Name: Ti Amo
Vessel Make/Model: Caliber 47 LRC
Hailing Port: Topping, VA
Crew: Greg and Glenda Groome
Ti Amo's Photos - Main
ICW 2018
27 Photos
Created 29 November 2018
46 Photos
Created 26 June 2018
24 Photos
Created 23 June 2018
75 Photos
Created 16 June 2018
Anchorages and stops up the Chesapeake
21 Photos
Created 6 June 2018
10 Photos
Created 4 June 2018
20 Photos
Created 2 June 2018
Photos of a great little navigator
25 Photos
Created 27 May 2018
87 Photos
Created 5 May 2017
69 Photos
Created 2 March 2017
43 Photos
Created 1 March 2017
22 Photos
Created 27 February 2017
22 Photos
Created 19 February 2017
55 Photos
Created 19 February 2017
14 Photos
Created 18 February 2017
15 Photos
Created 18 February 2017
138 Photos
Created 22 December 2016
34 Photos
Created 12 December 2016
17 Photos
Created 5 December 2016
61 Photos
Created 27 October 2016
6 Photos
Created 1 February 2016
183 Photos
Created 4 December 2015
114 Photos
Created 23 October 2015
6 Photos
Created 8 August 2015
10 Photos
Created 23 July 2015
10 Photos
Created 21 July 2015
No Photos
Created 20 July 2015
Old Marina Stomping Grounds
15 Photos
Created 15 July 2015
Greg's Childhood Vacation spot
14 Photos
Created 15 July 2015
Pics taken by our good friend Jiho Han
8 Photos
Created 12 July 2015
Bridge #1
1 Photo
Created 1 June 2015

The Crew

Who: Greg and Glenda Groome
Port: Topping, VA