Nearly Time To Move On

8 Responses

  1. Ellizabeth and Gary says:

    You and Gail are off to continue your exciting new life together , how wonderful! Be proud! We are jealous , reading your posts from our little town of Parry Sound on our beautiful Georgian Bay in On. Canada. We wish you fair winds and following seas and look forward to your next posting. 🙂
    Safe travels.

  2. Cynthia and Jean-Paul says:

    As things become exotic, it’s time to learn how to use the alternate characters on your keyboard!

    La Coruña in Spanish or A Coruña in Galician, both with a tilde or ~ on the ñ 🙂

  3. Ken says:

    It’s only natural to feel anxious about such a trip but you are a planner and I am sure you have taken all the factors into account. This is part of the cruising life and I am sure you will be a lot happier once you arrive. Looking forward to your report (and video?) 🙂

  4. Luke says:

    Yes Neil 🙂 Go for it!! I am working hard to catch up with you 😉

  5. Philip Ritson says:

    Well I assume the posts will get less frequent as you spend more time sailing and then they’ll stop because you have better things to do.

    The pleasure of watching you fulfil a dream has been inspiring.

    God bless

  6. Darren says:

    Geat to see you heading our way. The weather is getting real nice here in Gibraltar.

    Good luck with your passage 🙂

  7. Ben & Helene says:

    Hey Niel!,

    Was really awesome spending time with you both here in Alderney! Sorry we didn’t get to see you before you left, we wish you all the best and hopefully we’ll catch up in the future! Hopefully in warmer climates!

    Thanks!

  8. Ian Bamsey says:

    Well done Neil, keep posting and the best of luck.

    It’s great to see such progress from around this time last year when you were on the hard stuff painting and lashing etc.

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