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Crazy Horse - April 6

06 April 2011


What a wonderful day we had yesterday!

As many of the guests of the wedding said , the wedding of Jim and Annette was perfect. The weather was perfect with a warm radiant sun. There was a breeze wafting through the church on the top of the hill which overlooked a most magnificent heavenly scenery of the Tobago Cays and the Caribbean Sea. The Church of the Immaculate Conception was filled with love and warm prayers for a lifetime of love together for this couple. The congregation was a group of people who have come through a lot together on a long journey that was filled with many challenges. There were many of the local island people as well who attended this wedding and were part of the magic of making it all happen so perfectly. What a fitting way to all come together to celebrate , give thanks, mark an ending, and also mark a beginning.
I wish you all could have been there.

You will just have to make due with all the many blogs, pictures, and stories about the event that I am sure you will hear about in the future. This wedding will be up there with the biggest waves, worst storms we have ever been through, worst breakdowns, biggest fish caught, best sail, and fastest boat. This has been a whirlwind of a trip. When we started I don't think any of us knew what to expect completely. This trip has certainly been an adventure. At times, I have wished I were home but I can truly say that I am glad we did this journey and with the perfect crew anyone could ever expect.

So as we look to the future I am sure we will have some more snorkeling, diving, sailing , and parties along the way. We still have the Tobago Cays, Bequia, and St. Vincent. Even though St. Lucia is around the corner we will all savor the last moments of our voyage.

For today, I think rest is the order of the day. But I am sure the captain will have other ideas about that one.

Rosemary, Bill, Matt, and Anna


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