Anyone who is friends with me on Facebook will know this post is coming. I had asked for suggestions on what people wanted to see. Unfortunately I realized I couldn’t fit everything into one post so some of you will have to wait for subsequent posts. Hopefully you won’t find this post too boring. The first thing I… Read more →
Month: August 2016
A Fantastic Sail… and a Fish!
Since deciding to head directly to Grenada, we also decided to get away from Martinique as early as possible. However since it was a spur of the moment thing, 9:30am was the earliest we could pop the anchor. We motored out of Grande Anse bay (look for it on Google maps) and set the lay line for the… Read more →
Yup its official, we can no longer deny it, we have roaches. Pretty sure its a very new infestation as we have only seen 8 or so and most have been very small and contained to our head. However we have found 1 mature roach and verified that it is indeed a German roach.. DAMN.. Our best guess is that… Read more →
Our Dinghy is like our car. Worse, without our dinghy we can’t even walk somewhere as we are trapped on our boat. Without a proper running dinghy our quality of life quickly drops and life becomes super frusterating. So you can imagine how frusterated I got when our dinghy started acting up. Then shortly after our dinghy started acting up,… Read more →
Sometimes Saildrives Suck!
Wednesday morning arrived and we motored across from Anse Mitan to Case Pilote. I had planned to throw up some sail, but the line of squalls coming over Martinique prevented me (I was just lazy). No matter we were still make 6-6.5 knots under a single motor with no canvas. Its amazing how much faster trips are when the… Read more →