11 episodes

The wit, the wisdom, and the wanderings of a cruiser.

Dreams of a Sailor noreply@blogger.com (World Traveller Jim)

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The wit, the wisdom, and the wanderings of a cruiser.

    Crooked Island

    Crooked Island

    The last message stated we were headed toward Conception Cay and then Rum Cay. Well, we missed them both. The wind was coming directly on our nose (of course) and was so strong we were only making about one knot. Download

    Leaving Eleuthera

    Leaving Eleuthera

    We left Miller's cove, the south-west corner of Eleuthera Island, two days ago and did a one day motor/sail trip over to Little San Salvador. Download

    The Raid

    The Raid

    Well, in our last installment we left Jeannie and Jim contemplating a raid on the local cruise line beach party. Download

    Raid on a Cruise Line in Eleuthera

    Raid on a Cruise Line in Eleuthera

    Well, here we are sitting in a lovely cove on the Southwest corner of Eleuthera Island. We went exploring yesterday and found the most beautiful resort in the next cove over. We had sailed past it when we came in and it looked abandoned, yet all the lawn chairs were sitting out on the beach. We found that the resort has been built by the Bahaman government and rented out to different cruise lines... Download

    Leaving West End

    Leaving West End

    Well, the last couple days have been amazing. We left West End, Grand Bahama Island heading for Hole in the Wall. It was very calm and we motored all the way arriving there the next morning. The bay was crystal clear and we had it entirely to ourselves, with the exception of an old tanker wreck. The next day the wind picked up so we decided to continue moving South. We had a great day sail going wing on wing most of the way. But as the evening arrived so did trouble. Download

    I Am Sick

    I Am Sick

    I'm sick, you are sick. We are all sick if we are not doing exactly what we want to be doing. Yes, I know it's easy to say but sometimes we have to work to pay bills, to feed our kids, to help our aging relatives, to collect silly pieces of green paper. Why? Because we have been trained to be useful; to chase green paper because our beautiful, wonderful economy depends on people chasing green paper. Because we think that is life. Download

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