Monthly Archives: August 2014

28 aug

‘It’s about time Daddy caught some fish…there have been NONE so far…‘ Jaya – our lovely French neighbours crewdog…had you seen him the day before you would have seen a hook coming out of his nose after he confused his … Continue reading

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27 august

Hola! We are still in Spain – stuck in a place called Camarinas – about 60 miles south west of Coruna. We arrived on Sunday afternoon on a calm blue sky day having had an easy motor sail from our … Continue reading

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19 aug

Estamos in Espana! We arrived this morning 19 Aug around 9am having departed French shores on 15 Aug around 10am. Four days and nights at sea. We survived Biscay. There is much I want to say about the crossing. Whilst at … Continue reading

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15 aug

0925 hours. We are leaving in a few minutes. The sky is clear. The water is calm. Last night and today are the first night / morning in seven when it has not blown a hoolie or rained. So glad … Continue reading

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14 aug

0750 hours and the wind is still blowing from the west and far too hard! No departure today – tomorrow is looking perfect though as are the following 3 days. So today should be our last day in port to … Continue reading

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12 aug

French beachtime with my girls… Weaning Alfi; ‘oh so the breadstick is supposed to go in my mouth….now you tell me.’

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12 august

We are still in L’Aber Wrac – Brittany. Tonight will be our sixth night tied up here. The wind has been terrific and mainly from the west/ south west. Apart from being very blowy, it has been blowing in the … Continue reading

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