Month: January 2018

Visitors–Final Days

  Our first visitors this season have now left and our boat is feeling a little lonely. On the upside, our boat won’t be lonely for too long as we welcome our second guests this season in 5 days. Rhonda, the kids and myself are pumped to have our first “non family” guests aboard and share our lifestyle with them… Read more →

Visitors–Day 8

  After our trip around Martinique in the van, we had planned a couple of days planned in St. Anne and the beaches south. Unfortunately most of those plans were dashed by a couple of very squally days. In between squalls, we were able to walk around St. Anne and show my parents the pretty little town. Unfortunately none of… Read more →

Visitors Day – 5

    We rented a Citroën Jumpy for the day. It’s a cool European minivan. It was very different than any minivan you would find in USA or Canada. It had a 2.0L turbo diesel mated to a 6 speed manual transmission.   It was pretty plainly equipped but had seating for 9.. Gloriously, it also had AC.    One… Read more →