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Season’s Greetings

December 24, 2015

Season’s Greetings


A Happy New Years



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  1. December 24, 2015 16:21

    And a very Merry Christmas to you guys. We just bought our own boat and expect to see you in the Caribbean next year. x

  2. Bob Townsend permalink
    December 24, 2015 16:37

    Merry Christmas to you guys. At the time of writing Christmas is almost there for you. I still have a few more hours. I will be in Vic. for Christmas with my daughters and grand children. Off to Calgary/Banff for New Year’s with five of my siblings – six of us out of nine is not too bad. The others – one in Manly (Sydney) NSW, one in the USA and one at sea. All the best in 2016 for more good travelling on the high seas.
    Bob Townsend.

  3. Raewyn Weyer permalink
    December 24, 2015 16:44

    Same to you both. We are in Denver for a couple of weeks – trade show. The Wandering Weyers

    Sent from my iPhone


  4. December 24, 2015 19:16

    Nice to hear from you on this amazing journey. All the best as you head off for the Atlantic in the coming year.

  5. December 24, 2015 20:05

    Merry both together. As for the next year, Janine
    and Gil.Miller wish you full succes and good health……
    The very best ever.

  6. December 24, 2015 21:32

    Back atcha, you two! Hope it continues amazing, wonderful, all the best of adventures.

    Jean Macleod le Cheminant, B.A. CELTA, B. Ed


  7. Anne Boldt permalink
    December 25, 2015 12:08

    Hola U 2,
    The sun is just rising in the east to herald our Mexican Xmas day.
    We are having a ‘park’ pot luck Xmas dinner with all the trimmings and a pot or 2 of beans as there are 2 Mex. families camping here too. Yesterday a piñata party on the malecon for the Mex kids. It was fun! As you know tonight it will be a full moon.. a rare occurrence on Xmas Day. As the sky is clear it will be quite a show as it comes up over the palm trees.
    I love that the little James Bay drift wood Santa has travelled more half the way around the world with you!
    Hope you made it to your desired Xmas destination to spend time with your friends!
    Love you guys,
    Annie B and Lornie D.

  8. Darrel and Loretta Smith permalink
    December 26, 2015 00:03

    Merry Christmas! And wishing you happiness, peace, good sailing and lots of good times in 2016. Love from Loretta and Darrel.

  9. Mike Taylor permalink
    December 27, 2015 06:11

    Hey Tony,
    How are ya both mate? What a buzz accidently finding
    your blog. I spent most of a day reading up on all your
    experiences. What a time you’ve had! I had no idea you
    were such an accomplished author and photographer.
    I saved your blogsite to my favorites so check quite
    often for updates. Did you manage to leave Durban
    and meet your friends yet? Kindest regards to Connie.
    Cheers mate, Mike (Kyena 2)

  10. Jo Todd permalink
    December 27, 2015 07:44

    Dear Tony and Connie Many thanks for your Christmas greetings! We do hope the weather improves for you and your sailing plans. Here in the south of England it continues to be very mild and tending to be wet but at least we’ve been spared the flooding that the north is experiencing and the horrendous fires in Australia. There is much to be said for our climate with its four seasons! Do keep us informed about your meeting up with Jeannette or her son Chris. love from us all, Jo

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