|Look What washed Up|
The plan is hatched. We'll head north to Anegada and jump off from there about 3am in the hopes that we're far enough north that we can get the right degree to up the sails and save that $ 4.00 gal diesel fuel, hopefully arriving about 4-5 pm the next evening.
Anegada here we come! It's beautiful, flat, only 27 ' above sea level and totally surrounded by a thick reef full of protruding coral heads with only a couple of tricky narrow entrances into the Island. Oh Yah! and we're leaving at 3am in the pitch dark. What a plan! Let's do it.
The population here is only a few hundred people, but everyone enjoys the beach, including the livestock
The New Cottages are always new
as they keep getting wiped out by