Our 44 hour sail down to Cape Lookout was a great chance for our new crew-mate to get used to life on passage, and arriving for a few days on the beach with warm weather felt positively tropical. Almost like we had a mini-version of the passage to Antigua. Anticipating a spell of bad weather, Continue Reading
A wise friend once told me that ‘Sailing plans are written in the sand at low tide’. Well, the tide has come in, and sure enough those initial plans to sail to Antigua have become a little bit fuzzy. Instead of leaving for Antigua on November 1st, some questionable weather patterns in the Atlantic and Continue Reading
We are terribly behind on our travel posts from this fall! I think part of the reason we’ve fallen so far behind that (at least for me!) the very idea of trying to catch up is so overwhelming that I struggle to even get started on a new post. Nevermind all the time it takes Continue Reading
Montreal, Quebec, and rough weather on the St. Lawrence give way to the beautiful Charlevoix
Memories and joy with family and friends as we leave the great lakes behind.
After months in remote areas and small towns, reconnecting with old friends in the big city was a treat.
It was easier than descending Niagara Falls…
Go all the way South, and then head east…
The journey south down Lake Huron is a change of pace, and more.
Current on the lake(??) keeps us at the dock for another night.