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Back onboard

June 5, 2013
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We are back onboard Sage. We have many great memories of India and would love to explore more given the opportunity and a bit of a break from the intensity.

We arrived back in the evening hoping a slow introduction to the heat and humidity might help. We look back with fondness to the lows of 0C and highs of 16C in Ladakh and are seriusly considering air conditioning if we stay at the dock much longer.

Much needed repairs to our centreboard are on the ‘to do’ list but the yard where we were going to haul out can no longer take any business. Apparently the long anticipated car ferries have been directed to get out of Khua’s anchorage and tie up at the wharf where the shipyard is. That means the shipyard cannot haul boats out of the water nor put them back in. More a worry for the boats that are already on the hard than for those of us waiting to be hauled out.

Wait for further developments….In the meantime we are enjoying being ‘at home’.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Admiral Wayno permalink
    June 6, 2013 11:15

    WELCOME HOME!

  2. Raewyn Weyer permalink
    June 6, 2013 12:33

    Hi there,  You are in Rebak – right?  What a problem!!  Keep us posted.  Is Strider still on the hard there? Raewyn 

    >________________________________ >From: Sage on sail >To: raelizabet@yahoo.com >Sent: Thursday, 6 June 2013 8:20 PM >Subject: [New post] Back onboard > >tcgibb posted: “We are back onboard Sage. We have many great memories of India and would love to explore more given the opportunity and a bit of a break from the intensity. We arrived back in the evening hoping a slow introduction to the heat and humidity might help. We” >

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