Thursday, July 17, 2008
Enee Strapped Down
As we bask in the glow of maybe the best Cub season EVER we received a picture from the nice people Carenantilles Marina in Martinique. See, the nice straps tied to the concrete blocks holding Enee down to the earth.
We have a Doctoral Thesis defense lecture to attend (daughter Leah. . . nice going!) and a wedding at the end of July. After that we are pretty much done up north and probably heading back to Enee. I know, hurricane season will be peaking. But we are only about 30 hours from Grenada if we need to run south which we will probably do. We are only 2-3 days from Puerto Rico as well and Salinas makes a nice hurricane hole as well. In any case you get a LOT of warning these days about coming storms so we should be able to plan accordingly. So to our loyal readers who have been looking for the continued adventures of Enee Marie thanks for waiting. We should have much to report in a few weeks. In the meantime sit back and enjoy the Chicago Cubs kicking the hell out of the rest of the national league.
For those who like to track hurricane development here's an excellent site: weatherunderground.