A Hidden Gem

Bimini consists of three islands and is the closest Bahamian island chain to the US.  Most cruisers come to Bimini to check in through customs and immigration, grab some diesel, spend the night at a marina for a night or two and be on their way to the farther out islands in the Bahamas.  But our…

Tough As Nails

Last Wednesday our really good friend, Zach Frank, flew from Atlanta to Florida and boarded Adagio to sail with us down the coast to Miami.  Marc met Zach in middle school and they were best friends for two years.  Then Zach moved to Cincinnati and Marc and Zach lost touch.  But Marc and Zach ran…

Back in the US of A

We have been a little on the go lately.  We flew back to Florida from Costa Rica five days ago, then Camden and I turned around and flew out the following day to Charlotte, and now we are back here in Florida visiting with Marc’s dad.  Really good news: Marc’s excellent duct taping skills allowed our cardboard boxes…

Bittersweet

It’s been a whirlwind the last three weeks.  Especially for the five of us who are used to ‘una vida tranquila’ (a tranquil life) living here in Costa Rica.  But it was a wonderful three weeks filled with family and memories and celebration.  As I wrote in my last post, Marc’s parents came to visit…

Time Flies

How on earth have we been here for two and a half months and I can’t seem to get a blog post out on a regular basis?  I think it boils down to Pura Vida, otherwise known as Carpe Diem.  We have simply been enjoying living in the moment and living “tranquilo” as the Costa…

Our Cousin Comes Back

Post by Kelsey… I am so fortunate to have had the opportunity to visit the Konesco crew for a second time this summer. I had such a blast with them in the Bahamas and I did not want to miss out on the chance to go to Costa Rica! When I first arrived I was…