Slow Sailing

25 February 2020
29 November 2019 | Vero Beach
09 October 2019 | Washington, NC
27 September 2019
06 September 2019 | Norfolk, VA
07 August 2019 | Washington, NC
07 July 2019 | Washington
10 June 2019 | Washington, NC
15 May 2019 | St Augustine
30 April 2019 | Black Point, Exuma
16 April 2019 | Bahamas
02 April 2019 | Washington, NC
15 March 2019 | Washington, NC
10 February 2019 | Washington, NC
22 January 2019 | Washington, NC
07 January 2019 | Washington, NC
15 December 2018 | Washington, NC
03 November 2018 | Thetford, VT
21 September 2018 | Bradford, VT
13 August 2018 | Thetford, VT

We made it home!

05 June 2008 | Vermont
We just wanted to tell anyone who's reading our blog that we made it back to the good ol' US in one piece! We started out with a launcha boat ride to the town of Rio Dulce, then a 4 1/2 hour bus ride to Honduras, then a cab to a hotel where we stayed for 6 hours to shower and rest until 10pm that night when we took another cab to the airport in San Pedro Sula, took off at 1am, got to Ft Lauderdale and switched planes, then continued to Boston. Got there and took the bus to South Station where we had an early lunch before hopping on the final bus to Vermont where mom and dad were waiting to pick us up! But, like Jon says, doing offshore sailing teaches you perseverance, tolerance for discomfort and ability to still function without sleep, so this is really no worse!

We got our truck running yesterday and our work clothes out of storage. Now we just have to find a place to live in Boston. We both start work Monday for 12 weeks! It will be good to see as many friends and family as we can and enjoy the beautiful summer in New England, plus earn a few bucks to replenish the cruising kitty. We're also looking forward to the next cruising season. Hopefully Evergreen will be OK on the Rio. After making the trip home, we definitely feel a LONG way away from the boat!

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Vessel Name: EVERGREEN
Vessel Make/Model: Tashiba 40 Hull #158
Hailing Port: E. Thetford Vermont
Crew: Heather and Jon Turgeon
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Hello! We are Heather & Jon Turgeon of S/V Evergreen. We started sailing in 1994 on our first boat, a Cape Dory 31, then sought out a Tashiba 40 that could take us around the globe. It has been our home for 19 years. We've thoroughly cruised the East coast and Caribbean and just completed our [...]
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