Crab Heaven

24-25May10 Neka Bay (58’03.089N, 135’39.833W) (Continued…)


22May10 Auke Bay (Continued…)

Calming the jitters

21May10 Taku Harbor (Continued…)

News from the Grove

So what have we been up to these first few weeks in Coconut Grove you may be asking – lots of scoping out the neighborhood trying to get a feel for our new hood (let me help you, it’s WAY different than KW) and lots of drying out the liver that was sor…

First Whale Sightings!!

Finally we were able to leave Great Sandy Straits marina at 9.30am this morning after painstakingly waiting for Llew( Marine Electrician) and Andrew(Nordhavn) to solve our intermittent problem with the igniters on the Viking Stove. &nbsp…

Fernadina Beach to Charleston

Our arrival in Fernandina Beach from Daytona was uneventful. The USCG was broadcasting a warning about shoaling at the intersection of the ICW and Mantazas inlet with depths at low tide of 3.5′. If true then that was a real problem depending on our tim…

West Marine Book Signing This Saturday

Christi will be doing a book signing at West Marine in Point Loma (1250 Rosecrans St, San Diego, CA 92106) from 10:00 – 3:00 this Saturday, May 29th. We were originally also going to do a presentation on the around the world journey, but the presentation has been rescheduled for June 26th at 1:00 pm. […]

Lets Go to Wick.

Seeing as my all female crew (!) have blown my cover I may as well get on and write this. I’m currently enduring a little forced exile at work. All boats eat money, a fact that many people who don’t own a boat (yet- but want to) don’t seem to gra…

Life’s2Short 2010-05-24 10:47:00

New TerritoryOn Sunday, May 16th, we traveled 48 miles through the Myrtle Beach area to Calabash Creek on the South Carolina/North Carolina border, all but about 15 miles of which was new territory for us.One of many extravagant homes along the waterwa…

Florida to South Carolina on the ICW

It’s been a month and a half since our last blog page, and I am not completely sure why it has been so long …. but we have been busy … lots has happened. We left Charleston, SC this morning, hoping to anchor tonight in Awendaw Creek near McClellanv…