Tag Archives: St. John

Cousins

Tracy’s Cousin and fiance are here.  We spent two nights in Lameshur Bay before moving over to Salt Pond Bay at the SE corner of St. John today.  Lameshur Bay offered a lot of snorkeling and good hiking. Yesterday we … Continue reading

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Tropical Vortex

We have heard about the unfortunate polar vortex swirling about up north.  We are happily caught up in our own Tropical Vortex in Lameshur Bay and hope it doesn’t leave anytime soon.   It’s packed here.  Can’t you tell from the … Continue reading

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Boat School

Math, Spanish, guitar, history and this: And, what could be better than making gingerbread in your bikini?

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In the water

There’s a lot to see underwater and in the water here. Then, these bonito decided to have a feeding frenzy all around our boat.  Remi and Anna put their feet in the water to add to the fun. Later, I … Continue reading

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St. John History

Today, we hiked over to the Annaberg plantation and sugar mill ruins.  The hike itself was beautiful with a salt pond and a wide variety of trees.  These mangroves were really a sight. We think that we yet again successfully … Continue reading

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Francis Bay, St. John, USVI

We moved yesterday from “town” on St. Thomas to St. John.  It was an easy motor upwind in 15-20 kts.  Here’s a view rounding Turtle Point on St. John looking towards the B.V.I. Francis Bay is part of the Virgin … Continue reading

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