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Who Does YouTube Think They Are?

Ahhh, YouTube. One of the greatest apps created. People all over the planet, talented or not, wealthy, modest, or not, super good looking, fairly attractive, or not, anyone can be a star. All you have to do is crack the code. Oh, and don’t piss off the gate keepers. Well, I’m not in this for Read More

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Drone Shot

See this picture? It was taken with our friend’s drone. Thanks Shane and Tanya. I love drone shots. They’re so gorgeous, especially when the subject is the tropics. Like here, at Boysie Cay in the Exumas. You truly capture the color of the water, the contrast of the sand, and you even get a birdseye Read More

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Stingray Shuffle

We’ve seen lots of sea life here in The Bahamas. Parrot fish, lobsters, turtles, lemon sharks, nurse sharks, and several varieties of rays. We were dinking around Prime Cay one day and saw so many huge stingrays, some as wide as our dinghy! They’re a bit menacing looking. Not so much their grey smooth bodies, Read More


That One Time, When You Forgot To…

Remember that one time, when you went sailing? The waves were bigger than you thought they were going to be, weren’t they? Not only were they bigger, but they were coming from in front of the beam, not from behind it, where they were supposed to be coming from. Right? Remember that? You relied on Read More


Think It’s Enough?

I LOVE rose champagne! Can you tell? So last year, when I saw that Trentadue Vineyards in Sonoma County (possibly my favorite US vineyard) was having a sale on it, I decided to try it. I put half a case in my shopping cart and emailed my friend to see if she wanted to split Read More

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Tuna Tar Tar

We aren’t skilled fishermen, by any means. But we think we’ve done all right so far. Here is our 4th fish ever, a 24″ black fin tuna. A few weeks ago, something really big grabbed our line. We think we caught a Mahi and a great white shark took it, along with 90% of our Read More


Time to Become a Diesel Mechanic

Your engine won’t start. What do you do? Call a mechanic, unless you happen to be one. Or, if you’ve taken a diesel mechanics course, try and find your notes. Over the last year, this has happened to us a few times. We get ready to sail for the day or a weekend, and the Read More


It Always Happens at Night

Ahhh, paradise. That’s what it is in the Bahamas. Paradise. White sandy beaches, crystal clear water, cool gentle breezes, and lots of rum. We’d heard about this little beach off of Prime Cay. No one ever goes there. You get the whole place all to yourself. Go past the first beach. Then, if you can Read More