Month: October 2016

We Have Dinghy Chaps!

Using the video from Sailrite for guidance, Brian finally mustered up the stamina for this project, which turned out to be a four day exercise in patience and lots of trial and error.

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Sunday Funday

Brian and I will look back fondly on the days we spent at Le Phare Bleu. This has been our favorite marina experience by far, thanks to the great community of friends we’ve made here. Before parting ways, we spent one last afternoon together fêting with an epic boat crawl.

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Grenadian Hipsters

We love all things in the realm of food and beverage. So naturally, we were excited to discover two spots that are, quite literally, bringing new ideas to the table here in Grenada: Container Park, and the West Indies Beer Company.

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Out Chasing Waterfalls

Standing on the ledge, facing down into the opaque pool beneath the gorgeous Annandale Falls, my natural-born chicken was raging. The guide threw a pebble to show me where to aim. The safe-zone where the pebble splashed seemed so very far from the ledge.

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Making Rum the Old Fashioned Way

Before we became full time sailors, I never cared all the much for rum.

Unfortunately for me, locally produced, inexpensive rum is where it’s at all over the Caribbean. So, in the spirit of doing as the locals do, I developed a taste for the stuff one island at a time…

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