As boats were being winterized and placed on stilts, we prepared to set sail south. 
 The forecast did not bode well and we were forced to wait for Hurricane Kate to dissipate. 
 Alex, the captain of Amazing Grace II
 The wait to set sail was cold, tedious and the marina's stillness seem to heighten the anxiousness. 
 Amazing Grace II
 The marina reminded me of some post-apocalyptic movie scene.  
 helicopters rising behind an overgrown sign
 finally we set course; 180 degrees. 
 it was rough
 spiritual at times
 and constantly ominous.
 The Tin-Man and The Cowarldy Lion
 and the Scarecrow
IMG_0053.jpg
IMG_0033.jpg
 In 3 days and 23 hours we hit Bermuda
 and stayed only 27 hours in order to swiftly leave before another storm system arrived
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  23°26′13.8″ Tropic of Cancer
 5 miles high from the ocean floor
 welcomed company
 truly welcome company
 As boats were being winterized and placed on stilts, we prepared to set sail south. 
As boats were being winterized and placed on stilts, we prepared to set sail south. 
 The forecast did not bode well and we were forced to wait for Hurricane Kate to dissipate. 
The forecast did not bode well and we were forced to wait for Hurricane Kate to dissipate. 
 Alex, the captain of Amazing Grace II
Alex, the captain of Amazing Grace II
 The wait to set sail was cold, tedious and the marina's stillness seem to heighten the anxiousness. 
The wait to set sail was cold, tedious and the marina's stillness seem to heighten the anxiousness. 
 Amazing Grace II
Amazing Grace II
 The marina reminded me of some post-apocalyptic movie scene.  
The marina reminded me of some post-apocalyptic movie scene.  
 helicopters rising behind an overgrown sign
helicopters rising behind an overgrown sign
 finally we set course; 180 degrees. 
finally we set course; 180 degrees. 
 it was rough
it was rough
 spiritual at times
spiritual at times
 and constantly ominous.
and constantly ominous.
 The Tin-Man and The Cowarldy Lion
The Tin-Man and The Cowarldy Lion
 and the Scarecrow
and the Scarecrow
IMG_0053.jpg
IMG_0033.jpg
 In 3 days and 23 hours we hit Bermuda
In 3 days and 23 hours we hit Bermuda
 and stayed only 27 hours in order to swiftly leave before another storm system arrived
and stayed only 27 hours in order to swiftly leave before another storm system arrived
IMG_9921.jpg
  23°26′13.8″ Tropic of Cancer
23°26′13.8″ Tropic of Cancer
 5 miles high from the ocean floor
5 miles high from the ocean floor
 welcomed company
welcomed company
 truly welcome company
truly welcome company
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