|The sign in the settlement|
Life aboard tends to keep one's perspectives in check. Never get too cocky and even when things seem to be going well, bouncing along as planned always expect something to go wrong at the worst possible time. That doesn't mean something will go wrong, but if something does you won't be disappointed.
|Simple Life's navigation station with computer, VHF radio,|
SSB radio, Furono chartplotter/radar, control panel
This issue would not be an problem in the States. Head over to your local alternator shop, have the old one checked out or buy a new one. In the Bahamas it could take three weeks to have one sent from the States!
|This is all the electronic equipment we won't be using|
One thing boaters can count on is help from one another and spare parts. Our friend Ken from IP 40 Tintean spent a couple of hours helping Joe trouble shoot on Saturday. No luck though it appears a spiritual service will be conducted for the alternator when we eventually reach Vero Beach.
|Joe doing his homework|
|Remember this antique GPS? It still |
works and the plan is to use it.
|An antique chart plotter from our first trip 12 years ago.|
Hope we remember how to use it.
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Location:Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, Bahamas