Not much to report over the last couple of days.
More lounging on the beach, drinking rum punches and tucking into barbecues in
30+ degrees. It's hard work, but we're putting our shoulders into
We're moving on to a new anchorage today, as Jesse
and Will have to quit their little house on the steep side of Prickly Bay in
Grenada. We're all decamping about five miles east to an anchorage off Calivigny
Island. I'm hoping we'll leave the mosquitoes behind, and it will be fun to have
a change of scene. Also good to give Summer Song a bit of a work
Meanwhile, Tabitha has completed her first voyage
at sea, without batting an eyelid. Despite quite heavy seas and 20 knots of wind
on the nose, she happily weathered a 90-minute passage to neighbouring Hog
Island. Jesse was looking distinctly green about the gills, but the young Twoo
gobbled down a record sized lunch on the way out and fell fast asleep on the way
back. There are already moves afoot to sign her up for the return leg of the
We hope you're all enjoying your Christmas feasts
and lazy days afterwards. I'll cut my waffling short and post some photos of the
last few days instead.
Buying fish in Canaries...
Soufiriere botanical gardens
Jalousie Bay and a Piton
Tabitha on the high seas