Great post! Love the map, you talented bloggers.
Ditto. Can you please add a flag for Arthur’s drop off point?
Also, I’m still wondering about the extremely stupid or undertalented sniffer dogs. Or the very clever meat disguisers. Or both. Enjoying all of your posts. Keep ’em coming.
#7 on the map
Yes, Arthur’s drop-off point was Hawksbill Cay, #7 on the map which now links to Arthur’s story.
you go guys!, living “OUR” dreams, thanks for sharing!
love the map as well..I look forward to the posts and pictures..what a great adventure you are having. I can’t wait to see you again…
More love for the map.
Need any rail meat yet?
Thank you all for the blog! Your route looks very straight and purposeful. Where are you heading? Or is that classified? I’m curious about how much of the journey you’ve planned out already.
Like everybody else, I loved the Arthur chapter and the blue seas, and dream of joining you for a passage some day.
So where is it you need to be – and by when? Maybe you can put that on the map? Very fun to watch your progress.
The goal is Grenada by July 1st.
Not sure that our PHP skills are up to putting Grenada separately on the map (the map itself represents hours of work by Tony Day) — but it is a good idea.
Gayle and Pete, It gives me great happiness to imagine you enjoying your wedding anniversary in Puerto Rico! A great relationship, wonderful friendship, and a fantastic adventure…….and being followed by your admiring friends and family. Wishing you more of the best! Love you guys.
Great progress. I wouldn’t wait too long before heading transatlantic..it gets pretty rough as winter approaches.