To see as much of the world as we can,
Using the smallest carbon footprint we can,
Spending the least amount of money we can,
Making as many friends we can.

Team Red Cruising

  • Overnight from Vero to Miami

    Started: Vero Beach Marina, 27°39.69′N 080°22.35′W

    Ended: Coconut Grove near Dinner Key Marina, 25°42.92′N 080°13.63′W

    Log: 155 nm. Time: 24 hr. Engine: 24 hr. Fuel: 29.1 gal.

    Dropped the anchor at the edge of Biscayne Bay. Not …

  • Hopefully Leaving Vero Beach

    It's not that we're hopeful about leaving. We're leaving. We're hopeful about the weather.

    Meanwhile, we're cleaning and cleaning. Books, in particular, need frequent airing out to prevent mildew damage. Here's a typical example.


    Our friends at 4ShadowsBooks were horrified that we would let good books degrade like this …

  • Winter Storm Warnings

    Well, hellish winter storms for all our friends up north. Just chilly here in Vero Beach.

    The Whitby sandwich is great because our friends are right next door. Want to chat with the neighbors? Bang on their hull.

    But the last two days have been rough on Red Ranger.

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  • Mysteries, Cleaning, and Watching


    We've lost track of our mystery case files, so I don't know what number to assign this particular case, but it was as baffling as any case we've tackled.

    Earlier this week, CA went looking for her favorite black hoodie. And came up dry. No hoodie.

    Clearly. It's misplaced …

  • Vero Beach Coffee

    Cravings. Coffee (good coffee!), Power, and Wi-Fi. A short hop from the beach in the posh resort section of Vero Beach. This appears to be called Ocean Side.

    It's a pleasant 1+ mile walk from the marina. Perfect.

    Good, fast Wi-Fi helps with our passage planning. We're looking at the …

  • Vero Beach Rendezvous

    There's a standing Thursday night party here at the Vero Beach City Marina. Fabulous. We got to meet many of the cruisers who are staying at Vero. Some are leaving soon to get south ASAP. Others are leaving eventually.


    And more are showing up, too. Today, for instance, we …

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