Just like the other times we had to stay for extended periods of time in marinas, we’re using this time to improve, modernize and update our beloved sailboat, Tulum-5. Here’s some of our concurrent projects, happening right now.
Of course….this day snuck up on me as I’ve been working my tail off. But….
Quincy and Kitty hide from the rain the best they can.
Ok, gotta admit that occasionally I have glitches on the site. With this in mind….I’ve gotten some help and the “Follow” button should be fixed….so Follow, Follow, Follow us ! And if you thought you signed up but you’re not getting 3-4 posts a week, please try again-
Even on far flung shores in a cultural melting pot of cruisers, we remember where we come from and we remember 9/11/2001.
Tulum-V is for sale, take a look at the links for more info-
Part of the reason we travel is to explore different landscapes from home and to experience history up close. For us, this place has it all within a short walking distance of the marina! If your travels find you at Shelter Bay Marina, take the time to learn a bit about the historic grounds you walk upon.
Quincy Dane missed her deadline today, but I’ve found the time for updates to our page about our boats.
Today’s topic is one many cruisers must experience to reach crucial locations: Crossings- Multi-night, non-stop sailing/motoring, many times without any sight of land the whole time.
Great Dane in the Panama Jungle….with a few cat pics too.