On Tuesday June 14 we weighed anchor from Providencia at 7:50 am and we were rounding the sea buoy by 8:15 to begin our 260 mile final leg of the sail to Colon, Panama. By the end of the first full day the seas had calmed significantly as well as the wind. Through the night we sailed passed all the lightning… Read more →
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CTP – Blog 9 – Providencia, Colombia
Leaving Cuba — headed to Providencia On Friday, May 27 we left Cuba behind as we motor sailed south towards a waypoint just west of the Cayman Islands, on route to Providencia, Colombia. The seas were nice and calm, but we didn’t have the right wind angle once again. By day two we had already adjusted the sails to a… Read more →
Portland – Coffee, laughter and a yurt.
Not having Romi with me was and still is an adjustment, but life must continue and there is just so much to be grateful for. On our way to Portland, Oregon Gustaff and I decided to hop off the I-5 and get over to Hwy 101. The only road we found was Hwy 36 through a thick forest. It was such… Read more →
California Continued – LA, Visalia, Sacramento
Continuing in California: On our way to LA we took a short break in Santa Barbara to see the Santa Barbara Mission and the Stearns Wharf. We arrived at our apartment for the night in Los Angeles, unable to avoid traffic, just before sunset on March 21st after dropping Gustaff off at his friends home. The drive had exhausted us,… Read more →