Wednesday, June 29, 2016

On the water at last

At last, time to slow down. Time to adjust to life on a boat. Out of the marina and over to Great Harbor at Peter Island,

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Repairs, upgrades and inspections

I would love to say that it is wonderful to be back on the boat, and perhaps I will in a few days,but for now

Friday, June 24, 2016

6 bags, 2 people...

Arriving at customs in the BVI, The customs man looked at us, looked at all our luggage and  said "6 bags, 2 people.  Why?"
"Because we are moving on to our boat"
"What do you have in the bags?"
"Mostly household goods"
"May I see?"
The first bag was opened. Right on top was a small rug and some watercolors paints.
The second bag was opened.
A couple of bright yellow dive fins.
"Any guns or firearms?"
"No sir, we had to get through TSA"
He just nodded and passed us through.

On to the next phase.

Monday, June 20, 2016

Goodbye to a furry friend

There are so many decisions to be made when choosing to sell everything and move onto a boat. One very big decision was what to do with our 8 year old cat, Ziggy.

Many people have pets on their boats, even people who spend time traveling and sailing across

Sunday, June 5, 2016


Downsizing to get on a boat. Exciting, frustrating, exhilarating, depressing, and that is just the first five minutes of thinking about it.

 It is amazing how much crap you can accumulate. Our society is so geared to consumerism.