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- Flight of Aghavni: Sushi & Ice Cream! August 18, 2018
Arrived to Prince Edward Island!
- Lilliputian: Ozark National Forest August 18, 2018
Enjoying the beautiful scenery in the Arkansas Ozarks
- Little Green Boat: Magnificent Mountains August 17, 2018
Distance Logged: 319M; To go 28M; Ave Speed 5.5kn Mount Fairweather and the surrounding range of mountains have exhibited a glorious backdrop through our dog-house windows since dawn this morning. Superb snow-capped peaks, a plethora of glaciers wend …
- Let's Go Sail: Ducky Rescued August 17, 2018
Eric Tran of West Virginia and his family went sailing on the York River and snared a big rubber duck floating away from Yorktown Beach. He took it home as a prize for his young son. williamsburgchartersails.com
- Never Can Tell: Paddling down to Padstow August 17, 2018
Tides dictated at 12 noon start so the lazy old men elected to have an easy morning on board whilst I rowed ashore for another walk. On returning to the dinghy, I found the rising tide meant it was now inaccessible without almost swimming ….. which …
- North Star Waves: I'm Back August 17, 2018
Hello everyone, I'm back! Had some trouble with getting pictures transferred then we got so busy with projects that the blog post was put on hold.
- Cap'n Fatty Sails Round 4: Left Mopelia, at sea August 17, 2018
After clearing out of French Polynesia last week, we were sad. So we snuck into Mopelia 130 nm west of Bora Bora. Heaven! We met a wonderful Polynesian family with two daughters–and spent a week laughing with them in paradise. Not much happened and …
- Nightide – Ship's Log: (317) Uturoa, Raiatea August 17, 2018
There are actually two islands that share the same lagoon; Tahaa to the north, and Raiatea, the larger of the two, in the south.