Monthly Archives: May 2017

Sailing Thornlessly

Janine: Well, it’s hard to believe that over a month has passed since my last post.  I blame lack of hardware (my laptop charger died), strong willed children competing aggressively for available devices (now limited to Pete’s laptop), and so … Continue reading

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Exploring the DR

I had started to describe trip to the 27 Waterfalls in my last post, however, technology and time prevented me completing it, so here is the rest of the the story.

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Hanging in Luperon

We’ve been here for 5 days now, and can see how 5 days can quickly turn into 5 years, after meeting up with quite a few gringo’s who arrived many years ago and have never left.  As one chap put … Continue reading

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Dominican Republic

The Caicos Banks were uncomfortable with SE winds and chop, so we put the engine on and went as briskly as possible. Great Sandy Cay was a very peaceful place to stop. Because we planned to leave midday, we had … Continue reading

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Bad Haircut Day

Sorry about no posts for a while. Dealing with repairs and kids takes up all my time. Just like home. We left Georgetown after being ‘pinned down’ by strong winds for a while. Admittedly it was a lovely place to hang … Continue reading

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