|Cape Spear - most eastern point of Canada|
We welcomed Rob Tape aboard in a classic NL downpour - but by afternoon it was all sunshine again. A weather window to Bermuda -or anywhere - eluded us and allowed time to tour and be hosted by friends Brendan and Val O'Connell.
|Who knew? Fog is a golf hazard as well.|
|Jam session at Ed and Sharons|
|Downwind to Halifax|
|Rob takes on mast climb #6|
|Running from squalls|
|Dinner prep on the Ole pans|
The airport beacon was our first glimpse of Bermuda in the wee hours of Saturday morning, and by noon we were approaching the Customs dock in St Georges harbour.
|Chantey V at Royal Bermuda Yacht Club|
|Ferry ride home with Kieran|
All the waves that cannot rest
To the east must thunder on
Where the bright tree of the sun
Is rooted in ocean's brest"
Rumann son of Colman, from 8th century gaelic by Frank O'Connor