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On Monday, my lovely mother-in-law Deb and her friend Arlyn joined us on Agility. We had to spend the night in the marina due to a large swell wreaking havoc around St Marteen, but were able to sail to St Bart’s on Tuesday. We anchored in what I have now dubbed best sunset anchorage (Anse de Colombier) and had a lovely dinner on Agility. Wednesday we headed into Gustavia, had marginal burgers at Cheeseburger in Paradise, cruised the shops, and a much better dinner out. Back to St Marteen, another nice night out – all sort of a whirlwind trip.
Due to a solid week of hard 8-12 hour days of sailing sandwiched between some serious goofing off, we are now cleaning like maniacs. It felt good to have a hard day’s work today.
We will head to Antigua soon with a couple of stops along the way.