We had an uneventful flight back to the Miami area yesterday. In three hours we covered as much ocean as took us two months by harbor hoping on Harmonie.
While here we are going to handle some doctor checkups, shopping for things that are either hard to find or expensive in the islands, and manage the logistics of getting our official Florida address and drivers licenses.
This is the first time since we bought the boat that we will have left her unattended. It’s odd that should be stressful, after all most boats spend almost all their lives at the dock with nobody aboard, but somehow it still, just doesn’t seem right to leave her alone!
Sounds like you are still having a wonderful adventure! Here’s an idea for the next one:
(or just go to nytimes.com and search for “great loop,” asking for the most recent first. Who knew?
–Lisa in frozen RI
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We’ve met a couple of people just starting their Loop! It’d be fun, except Harmonie is too tall, well, that and we like the ocean too much!
Right now our plans are probably to head back up the east coast, getting at least into New England. But… they might change!
Remember reading Eric and Susan Hiscocks’ early books? In a 3 1/2 year circumnavigation they spent one night away from Wanderer III and were so distraught they vowed never again! Any plans after the Caribbean?