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The South Atlantic is an unpredictable place. Yesterday as we sailed through a heavy storm, a huge wave crashed against our veranda door and poured over the TOP of the door into the suite. Our butler brought a man with a wetvac; they sucked up most of the water and applied tape and a new gasket, but we have moved our prized possessions to the other end of the room!


Posted by HopeEakins 12:14

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Great series of photos - endless. I had to give up. Some look like Morocco. One was dated 2020, so this must be a combination of trips. Hal B.

by BuckinghamHal

Good Morning, Hope and Bill!

These stories of your travels are fascinating! They reveal the pro's as well as the con's of such travel. You have certainly had your challenges. It seems that the good far outweighs the bad, nonetheless. I also loved your take on turning the other cheek. Standing up to injustice without violence is no small feat! Our reptilian brains just love to take over and then all breaks lose. My father was one of those who taught me to hit back if the kids hit me. There is still debate about this. Looking forward to seeing you when you return!
Happy Valentine's Day, to two of my favorites!

by PJShake210

Rough seas again. It must have been terrifying to see a giant wave come to the top of your door. You two are intrepid. And I hope that the seas calm soon.

by Seabury

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