There’s No Place Like Home!

Although sometimes it's a lot of work, a pain in the neck when dealing with difficult wifi, and challenging to insert pictures, I truly enjoy writing this blog.  So why haven't I written since November?  Basically, I had a huge, dark cloud hanging over me while away from Unforgettable, both literally and figuratively.  Thus, the... Continue Reading →

Days 16-20 to Stuart, FL

We made it!!!!  We made it to Stuart in exactly 20 days.  Unfortunately, we had to depart St. Augustine earlier than we would have liked on day 16 in order to arrive in Ft. Pierce by day 19.  Why was it so important to be in Ft. Pierce you might ask?  Because we wanted to... Continue Reading →

Kadey-Krogen Rendezvous #3

The 30th annual Kadey-Krogen owners rendezvous was a blast!  From 7 a.m. yoga to a great band with dancing the final night, the week was jam packed with wonderful presentations, learning opportunities and non-stop socializing.  Our coordinators did a fabulous job bringing in famous people in their fields such as Nigel Caulder (battery technology), Chris... Continue Reading →

Exploring the Chesapeake Bay

After a smooth 33.5 hr. overnight cruise from Block Island, RI, we settled into a calm and peaceful anchorage for two nights near the mouth of the Sassafras River (just off the Chesapeake Bay).   We arrived in the bay with two full weeks of nothingness which brought us a sigh of relief.  How unusual for... Continue Reading →

Rhode Island and Dorian

Enjoying live music outside in Bristol. Taken by Robyn. While we were exploring Nantucket we carried heavy hearts and tear-filled eyes as Dorian demolished the Abacos.  It was absolutely gut wrenching to know that places we love were being destroyed.  Growing up in Missouri I had no idea how a hurricane can impact lives and... Continue Reading →

Martha’s Vineyard & Hyannis

Thick fog surrounded Unforgettable rendering us unable to see more than a quarter mile for most of our journey from Wickford, RI to Martha's Vineyard, MA.   So dense in fact, we had to turn on our auto-horn which sounds a single prolonged blast every two minutes to alert nearby boaters.  The 100 mile island is comprised of... Continue Reading →

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