Friends - 7/31/03
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Posted: July 31, 2003
Friends -
July 31, 2003
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Boston Marathon - 7/24/03
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Free At Las- - 7/17/03
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A Snails Pace July 15, 2003
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July 15, 2003
Glover’s Atoll, Belize
16° 44.605 North
087° 52.351 West
A Snail’s Pace
By Douglas Bernon
-Ithaka hasn’t budged in over two weeks, and Bernadette and I don’t feel a driving urge to move soon. That’s because the snorkeling, scuba-diving, spear-fishing and shelling at Glover’s Atoll are spectacular, the summer weather has been calm so far, and we’re feeling secure enough with the forecasts to linger here a bit longer, knowing the protection of mainland rivers are only t...... Read More

Different Boats and Different Folks
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Posted: July 10, 2003
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Too Much Togetherness - 7/3/03
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Welcome To "The Log Of Ithaka" July 1, 2003
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Posted: July 01, 2003
July 1, 2003
Glover’s Atoll, Belize
16° 44.605 North
087° 52.351 West
Welcome To “The Log Of Ithaka”
By Bernadette Bernon
- It’s nightfall at Glover’s Atoll, 25 miles east of Belize. The wind is howling, probably 30 knots. Our anchor’s snubber line is making that moaning sound it makes when the wind is mighty enough to pull it taut. Ithaka strains and bucks as whitecaps splash around us like a washing machine. Inside our boat, however, all is quiet. I’m stretched out on the settee reading Da...... Read More

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