We spent the last night at anchor outside St Georges and
Temp about 28 degrees centigrade.
Jan and Hope will be back in cold cold Britain today [ MINUS 12 CENTIGRADE ** YIKES **. Jan was being met by a spouse bearing thermals and a wooly hat. Hope had a friend turning on her heating and was praying that no pipes had burst in her absence.
Going to this
will be hard.
Still they will always be welcome back.
As well as pampering my cat with free belly rubs
Jan found many colorful subjects to sketch and her watercolors were drying faster than usual she said.
This one brings back a scary memory for me as Gisela and I rode out hurricane Tomas behind that rock.
I find this series a little creepy with the pregnant woman and the family all on their backs as if in coffins.
Like I said CREEPY!
Getting back into the dinghy can be tough when you are tired from a long spell in the water.
Here are a few pics from earlier days.
Hope on the helm as we sailed from Petite Martinique to Frigate Bay in Union Island.
The skipper eyeing up a reef passage in the Tobago Cays.
Hope saying " I can see the Bottom. !"
We search for Mangos and Rock Figs.