Month: May 2015

Safety Day: Flares & Flags

By 9 Comments in ARC Europe, Update

Whoa…getting closer by the minute to our departure. The remainder of our crew for the Tortola-Bermuda Leg arrived Tuesday. Just a slight delay as the luggage compartment on their flight from San Juan failed to close. Luckily their luggage, containing 30 pounds of gravy mix, did not plummet into the Sir Francis Drake Channel. That …Read More

Sorry Everyone

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Hey guys, wherever you are, I have to tell you something incredibly important. I have decided, sorry everybody, (Popeye) to not do my cheeseburger reports. It’s to hard on my memory and I can’t remember all of the cheeseburgers I’m going to have and/or had. So, sorry everybody, but I’m going to right about all …Read More

VI Cheeseburgers

By 4 Comments in Food

I know many of my followers are expecting a blog about cheeseburgers in the VI. I know because I promised. I intend to fulfill that promise. Oh, hey, did I spell cheeseburgrs right? I think I did. Anyway, I’m gonna label the island and restaurant, then I’m gonna give it a 1 to 10 review. …Read More

Pre-Game Day 1: Mighty Preparations

By 9 Comments in ARC Europe, Update

I can tell we are getting close to departure: there is an increased energy to everything. The fact that we were up, showered and caffeinated by seven, while not uncommon for most, was way out of character for us. The volume and rough-housing coming from the port side hull continues to increase exponentially as we …Read More