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Medical Kit?


Feb. 10: We recently received this really BIG book from the Endurance Rally Association about preparing our car for the Trans-American rally to Alaska.  Some of this is a little late for us, we already have our car and since we have … Continue reading

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Secret Identity


Feb. 6: Could you recognize an authentic  ’67 Beetle? So, prove it. Is Stewball really what he appears to be? Something hidden inside perhaps. (I’ve read something about an alternative energy engine, but I’m sure that was a novel!) Just … Continue reading

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Storm’s First Christmas


Jan 3, 2012. This says it all. For those who don’t know Storm. She was our rescue kitty. The blog from May 29, 2011-Kitty Karma-describes our first encounter which happened between the first leg of our World Race 2011 and the … Continue reading

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It’s Official!!!


  Dec. 5: The Long Road to Paris has been named to Kirkus Reviews’ Best of 2011. More than 1 million Indie titles are published each year and only 50 have been named to Kirkus Reviews Best of the Year. We … Continue reading

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Dream Destination


Nov. 26: At the front door of the Andros branch of the Bahamian Minister of Tourism we were met by a WOW! She had a sash diagonally across her chest announcing her title “Miss Teen Bahamas 2011.” Why was she … Continue reading

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A Funeral Party


Nov. 25: You want a setting for a scene in your novel that depicts total isolation. You think Fresh Creek, Andros, may be the place. The ferry leaves from Potter’s Cay, a working port connected by a causeway to Nassau. … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Bahamas Style


Nov. 24: Since we celebrated my birthday Russia style with vodka, it seemed we should celebrate Thanksgiving Bahamian style with cracked conch, peas and rice, and coleslaw. All this and more at the Poop Deck in Nassau. So, how did … Continue reading

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