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Hurricane Irma: Before and After

Posted by on Thursday, November 15, 2018 in Boat Projects, Florida, YouTube Videos | 0 comments

Hurricane Irma: Before and After

Before Irma, we go down and prepare the Sandflea as best as we could.

After Irma, Ben goes down and checks out and repairs some of the damage.

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3 Weeks Away From Sandflea

Posted by on Thursday, November 15, 2018 in Florida, Georgia, Visiting Family, YouTube Videos | 0 comments

3 Weeks Away From Sandflea

We go home, we stay 3 weeks, then we go back to Sandflea. That’s the jist.

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Leaving our Sailboat and Traveling to Georgia

Posted by on Sunday, October 28, 2018 in Florida, Georgia, Visiting Family, YouTube Videos | 0 comments

Leaving our Sailboat and Traveling to Georgia

In this post, we prepare our sailboat to be alone for a while, then we travel back to GA to visit our family. Tambi cleans the oven while wearing her alluring mermaid leggings. Always entertaining.

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Reynolds Yacht Park in Green Cove Springs, FL

Posted by on Friday, October 26, 2018 in Boat Projects, Florida, ICW Travel, YouTube Videos | 0 comments

Reynolds Yacht Park in Green Cove Springs, FL

Our sailboat’s new (temporary) home is Reynolds Yacht Park in Green Cove Springs, FL. Nice town, BIG dock.

Yes, the dock we’re tied to is HUGE. It’s made of concrete and is, in fact, a dock that was used by the US Navy during WW2.

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Free ICW Dock In Jacksonville, FL

Posted by on Friday, October 26, 2018 in Florida, ICW Travel, YouTube Videos | 0 comments

Free ICW Dock In Jacksonville, FL

On the St John’s River in Jacksonville, FL, there’s a free dock that we’ve tied our Endeavour 32 sailboat to.

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When a No-see-um Swarm Attacks

Posted by on Tuesday, October 23, 2018 in Florida, ICW Travel, YouTube Videos | 0 comments

When a No-see-um Swarm Attacks

In the Florida ICW swamp, a No See Um swarm descends upon our sailboat and her crew. A horrible night ensues.

2 of the absolute worst nights we’ve experienced has been caused by something roughly the size of a poppy seed. Of course, there are millions of them, they sneak into the boat through tiny cracks, and they feast on your flesh while you sleep…

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