Well, the last month has felt like a year. We’re finally in a place with WiFi and in a position where the bold items on our boat’s repair list can wait.
“When a great adventure is launched with a powerful thrust, fatigue in the muscles and doubts in the mind are swept away by a fullness that moves life along like a breath from the depths of the soul.”
― Bernard Moitessier
Isaac at the helm navigating us safely through the intracoastal waterway. With 65 foot bridges, we were constantly nervous our ~64 foot mast would make it under each bridge.
A meager budget forces the brutal realities of hunter-gatherer life. A delicious meal and a regrettable brush with death for our friend Beaker Squakins.
After what felt like months at sea, it felt great to reunite with our good friends from Boston.
We met up with Byron’s Uncle Bob, Aunt Carol, and Aunt Susy in Vero Beach. We found them not only willing but eager to lend us their vehicles, expertise, hospitality, and love.
Next up: Gulf Stream crossing, Bahama adventures with friends, and more boat repairs.