Monthly Archives: January 2011

Biras Creek

We love Biras Creek. We had the quietest mooring, and the stariest night. From here there is a trail through the mangroves to Bitter End (commonly referred to as Bitterly Expensive) We walked all the way to Eustacia Sound and … Continue reading

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Great Camanoe

We are back up at Marina Cay, after a long sail along the southern shore of Tortola. We picked up a ball on the Camanoe side of the channel, and took the dinghy over to the dock . Celeste came … Continue reading

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Early Morning, Camanoe

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People who Paint

There are plenty of people who paint on Tortola. It is a small island, and there are two groups who meet on either a wednesday, or a thursday. They rotate around some bars, and some awesome private homes. Sandra Rice … Continue reading

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From the Mooring…..

All our batteries are low and we spend time up on the upper level of Pussers, charging the computer, shaver, and camera batteries. We hang around here so much we are regarded as locals. Pete has a captains card which … Continue reading

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Anegada

We made an early start from Marina Cay and had a great sail to Northsound. The water there is a pale lime green, and much calmer than the rollers of the Atlantic. We came in at noon, and took a … Continue reading

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BVI Paradise?

You might not want to read this. I am sitting on top of a Caribbean island , with Jimmy Buffett on the radio. It is the most perfect temperature, about 85, and in the distance on a calm emerald sea, … Continue reading

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