Eve Burns on Isle la Blanquilla
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Eve Burns on Isle la Blanquilla

My trouble did not begin on the voyage, but some time afterwards with a rude awakening, and the Tree of Death. In mid-ocean lightening split the skies over the Caribbean Sea vaporizing my boat’s weather radio and navigation electronics. My sight and instincts are all that I can depend upon. Limping into the forgotten Venezuelan … Continue reading

The Bite That Caused a Shipwreck on Isle Tortuga – My World
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The Bite That Caused a Shipwreck on Isle Tortuga – My World

In an unforgiving sea, those feelings that some call premonitions, could mean anything. Hitting a submerged shipping container, an uncharted reef, a whale, or blowing a sail are but a few possibilities. It could mean a tragedy happened on land to a friend or loved one. The possibilities spun through my head faster than a Category 5 hurricane. Continue reading

My World: Yellow Fever and the Refrigerated Indian
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My World: Yellow Fever and the Refrigerated Indian

Waking to the sounds of wild, desert goats on the sand stone cliffs surrounding me, I began to prepare my sailing vessel Misty Moon for departure. Soon I would leave the rusting hulls of partially sunken cargo vessels, causalities of the Medellin Cartel’s cocaine wars, behind me. Colombia’s Bahia Honda is about as isolated as … Continue reading