Sailing Around The World

Busy In The Galapagos Islands

But first I would like to share a few pictures with you. If you have read the last 10 days of voyage post you should understand the frozen moments of time via photos below. Enjoy!

Jacques

 

The Fishermen 400 plus miles off shore in a little boat trying to self me a fish. Crazy SOB's!

The Fishermen 400 plus miles off shore in a little boat trying to self me a fish. Crazy SOB’s!

Adam Cooking

Adam Cooking

Just crossed the Equator!

Just crossed the Equator!

Picture of us as we crossed the Equator with a shot of RUM! I almost made it behind the helm before the camera went off!

Picture of us as we crossed the Equator with a shot of RUM! I almost made it behind the helm before the camera went off!

Our view off the back of Dragonsbane First day Of Landfall Galapagos Islands

Our view off the back of Dragonsbane First day Of Landfall Galapagos Islands

2 responses

  1. Cathy Bradshaw

    Hi Adam
    Well you are living the dream aye! Don’t know if you remember me or not, I spoke with you @ your Aunt Cheri B-day party at the Camel riders in the UP.
    We ,My husband Phil; and Me (Cathy) are working our last year and then heading out also. Look forward to seeing your adventures. We are sailing a BaBa 40 and lovinin it
    Fair winds to you All.
    Cathy

    April 22, 2013 at 5:48 am

  2. Bill Reynolds

    Congrats on a successful landfall in the Galapagos. Have enjoyed your reports.

    April 22, 2013 at 4:10 pm