The last update on Jan. 24 was a little rushed and had errors. I also screwed up the sending, forgetting to blind copy, thus cluttering up your emails, and sending twice to some groups. But I’m getting back in the writing groove and will try to do better. I hoping I can continue to communicate […]

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I think the last update that I sent may have been August, 2014, when we got back from Vermilion Bay and Jim and Lynda’s fish camp. I didn’t copy all my documents onto this little Surface so I can’t check. So put them all in the Cloud, you say. But to get to the Cloud, […]

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This year we have discovered and explored many weird, isolated and beautiful places here in George Town Harbour. is the most relaxing winter we have spent together. We haven’t even been out of the harbour. We have had a few glitches, of course. I have been using Batelco Internet, and it is painfully slow. I’m […]

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The last update was the December note suggesting that you go to the website www.mydetour.com to read about the German trip. The pictures made it too hard and too slow to send. Last year, I sent a note about the problems that my sister Vonny and her husband Ray were having collecting insurance from Commandeur […]

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Sept.3/4: We left from Richard’s home in Caledon, Ontario. Rick drove us to Pearson Airport, Toronto and we boarded the plane at 9 a.m. After a 3-hour layover in Newark we boarded the plane for Frankfurt, Germany. We watched movies and our position on the screen as we travelled overnight across the ocean. We got […]

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On Tuesday, March 19, we sailed on a close-hauled course to George Town, Great Exuma. The swells were three to four feet, just enough to remind us that we were in the ocean. Richard, with his usual flair, led Morning Star straight from the outside corner of Channel Cay to the mark for the reef […]

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On March 5, we had a beautiful downwind sail from Allens Cay to Normans Cay. Being there brought back memories of 2000 when I was there with Vonny on Wishbone, and 2003 when I sailed with Vonny and Ray and Tim on Wishbone, and Voy on Fairwind. We walked through the abandoned marina and the […]

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The picture on the left is of the anchorage at Ship Channel Cay, but each anchorage was prettier than the one before. We were alone here, except for a boat anchored in the distance and the visitors to the Powerboat Adventures spot. We had a great sail when we left this anchorage. In Allens Cay, […]

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On Thursday, Feb. 14, we arrived at Nassau Harbour and were given permission to enter by Nassau Harbour Control. The hard parts of our journey, we told Lynda and Jim on Morning Star, were over. From now on it would be all fun and games. We may have been a little optimistic. Nassau didn’t look […]

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A lot of cruising has been done on Lucky since the update you received on January 31. Lucky stayed in Lake Oleta at Baker’s Haulover another couple of days. Our friend Shirley Marshall, our angel ashore who lives in Fort Lauderdale in the winter, had received Richard’s forgotten puffers and delivered them to us. She […]

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