Lovely Stay in Marina Puerto Bahia, Samańa, DR

Wednesday, March 12 We have had a lovely stay here at Marina Bahia, which is in a resort residence just outside of Samańa, DR. It’s been a very welcome break from bouncing in Changes on anchor. The weather has a pattern to it each day. The mornings start out cool, which for us is the […]

Nassau Bahamas at Nassau Yacht Haven

Tuesday, December 24 We started the engine at 645am and Phil raised the anchor while I listened to Chris Parker weather using head phones.  It wasn’t too long until we were in the steeper waves in the cut and shallow water that I came up getting seasick down below.  Then I had a great idea! […]

We Made it to the Bahamas

Sunday, December 15 to Tuesday, December 17 Our wait is over. The winds are from the south and it’s time to go now raising anchor at 712am. New friends SV Sea Vu play and their friends have decided to go today after all. We raised the reefed Main Sail at 725am heading down Government Cut […]

Stay in Turners Creek-Savannah, GA

Thursday, October 24, Day 107 We woke to clear skies and 54 degrees outside and 62 degrees inside the boat. The engine is taking many cranks to turn over and start, but is better than yesterday. We cast off Bentana at 725am with minimal current. It was so cold that Phil put gloves on at […]

It’s better in St. Marys

Monday, November 4 We started the day bouncing around in the Cumberland Island Anchorage after spending a trying night at anchor. The wind and current were opposing each other and Changes couldn’t figure out where to be, so she was just everywhere! I woke up about every 2 hours. You know how it is; one […]

Week at Brewer Yacht Yard, Greenport

I am sorry that I’m so far behind with keeping up with the blog. Phil and I have been very busy with the canvas and dinghy projects and the an overnight trip to Barnegat Bay. I received my USB cord that was suppose to work with my camera connection kit, which doesn’t so now waiting […]

Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada

We arrived at Port Stanley this morning about 635am and jilled around until the 7am bridge after a motor boat ride in glassy seas and ❤ knots winds across the Lake. There were lots of stars and also lot of bugs, Canadian Soldiers, but overall, it was a good crossing and we're glad to miss […]