After days of cleaning, off loading and donating stuff to the St Lucia island locals, Sugar Shack now floats about 2 inches higher in the water. The growth that gathered on the hulls was 2 inches out of the water when we were done. Out with the old towels, bed sheets, tupperware that didn’t have lids, some old parts/food that were way beyond the life cycle and Sugar Shack looks like a completely different boat.
Of course there is always more to tweak and change to make her a part of the family but she is well on her way.
Christine’s blog “A Woman’s Perspective” was written the end of each day (but I have past/present tense issues). Matt’s blog “Atlantic Crossing” was written day of and some times the day after so our blogs might not always match up with dates – but the stories are still good!
Sorry for the confusion between the blogs. I also omitted most of the content that was already mentioned in Matt’s blog unless it was an exciting piece or big news.