To see a map of our progress over the past week click here. (currently not active as we are dockside)
To see a SPOT Adventures map of our entire journey click here.
Hello Grant and Amy
We had such a nice visit with your Mom and Dad but we did miss the two of you.
We`ll be tagging along as you make your way south .
George & Jackie
Welcome to North Carolina! Your boat is beautiful. We will enjoy following along with you on your blog.
It’s Cathie (from Bacon Sails)
I think I speak for everyone here when I say your boat looks BEAUTIFUL! Good luck on your trip! Your recipes are awesome I will be trying them out soon. Amy, thank you for posting all of your recipes and your pictures are awesome :) Have a safe trip!
We almost caught up. Entering S.C. today!!
lala and capt k on way happy
So glad you two are having such a great time! Can’t wait to see you in Florida-the weather is fantastic! :D
Hi Grant & Amy,
Today I am taking care of the Utah Miller kids so we have been visiting your web site and looking at pictures. Sam says “it is awesome”. They liked the locks, spanish moss and the spinnaker.
It is cool that you can go across all that water in one year. From Sam
I hope you are safe. From Will
I like your pictures. From Maggie.
Take care, Aunt Sandy
Boat looks great! Inspiration to get mine finished…thanks for sharing your adventures!
You guys sure know how to rock life! Ive just bought a c&c 27 and have started the process of ripping and tearing. Couple of years of work and maybe I’ll see you guys down there. Stay safe and fair winds
Hey guys, really enjoying the youtube videos. I just checked your position and saw you are in our neck of the woods. I hope you have the time to go explore Fort Monroe. The Army just turned it over to the state of Virginia. There is a great museum inside the old fort. It’s a great place to spend a couple hours. Have a safe trip and keep posting those vids.
Thanks! We saw the fort on the way down, it is really great.
Hey, If you guys want to stop in Beaufort SC. I have a mooring y’all can use. I use it for a emergency storm anchor. I keep the East Coast Lady at the Port Royal Landing Marina and it sits empty most of the time. I would love to meet you guys. We are a little older than you guys but we are making plans to cast off in retirement. You would be a great influence to me wife Deb. Yall have a great story and give people inspiration. See ya soon Love watching the videos and reading your blog.
Thanks for the invite and kind words! We do not have any southward plans right now. We wish you the best on your adventures!
I can not begin to tell you both how much i enjoy watching your video please keep going ..
Thanks for Sharing !!!!
Great to see people my age cruising! Even better you’re from Maryland! follow my adventure http://www.tayana37.com!
Thanks for the link, nice looking boat!
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