|Andy and Jake with one of the Japanese WWII guns in|
After all the commotion the past few days, I forgot to assure you that we are looking on the bright side. I know my post was pretty negative, but we do realize it could have been a lot worse. They could have taken ALL of our electronics and stripped the boat clean. Worse yet, we could have been here. So, we do realize that we're very blessed to have only lost a few things (a few important things).
Andy has spent hours trying to reload our charts to this computer but the connection is so slow it keeps crapping out on the last chart. Guess what chart that is? Yep, the one to Majuro. It looks like we'll be brushing up on our manual navigation skills - paper charts, that is. Luckily, we still have all of our GPS's!!!
I was finally able to get the rest of our pictures to load, so hopefully that will tide everyone over until we reach Majuro.
|Our Equator, Dateline, Prime Meridian crossing party|
|This is what you do when you get bored on a boat...|
test out the expired flares.
|They've attempted sidewalks here. Jake fell through one|
of those holes. oops.
|Two men on a styrofoam float...Andy offered them $200|
to find our stuff....no luck yet.
|We bought 5 lobsters off of some local kids....yummy.|
|This is the big boats we parked behind when we first came in...|
no lights at night. There's lots of these littering the bay...
some of them run aground.