Tag Archives: cruising

Flashback February?

Today it’s snowy and windy. For the past month we’ve seen far too little sun – days have been short and skies have been grey. So my thoughts turned to sun, and then to sea and memories thereof, and I decided to repost this from our other, older cruising blog. From December 2006 and January 2007… Continue reading

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A Memory of Whales

…The great dark head, spotted with grey, broke the surface not far from the boat. A small beady eye seemed to peer at me, I could smell the wet breath… Continue reading

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Still Cruisers?

Have we crossed the line, at least for now? Are we more live-aboards than cruisers? And – does it matter? Continue reading

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A Stop in Cobourg – And Then We Arrive in Toronto!

To Cobourg, then one more jump and we arrive in Toronto… Continue reading

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Overnight Through Thousand Islands to Waupoos

Travelling fast through the Thousand Islands at night is not the most comfortable thing to do… Continue reading

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Squeaking Through the Last of the St. Lawrence River Locks

Strong currents before, wind on the nose between the American locks – would we get through? It was an unexpected challenge. Continue reading

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Through the Beauharnois Locks and on to Cornwall

We made it to the Beauharnois locks. We made it through the locks. Then things got interesting. Continue reading

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