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S-O-S: Saving Our Ship

Some photographs, Elena has chosen to share, from our wild and crazy run down North America's East Coast to save our ship, and our own tushes.

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On the way to Nova Scotia, we are caught in a storm.
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Approaching Halifax, the thick fog starts to clear.
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Waiting for the travel document to be issued in Halifax (our sixth application attempt), we give it the good old college try at being tourists.
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The enigmatic and always picturesque, Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia.
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I (Elena) am finally allowed to travel. The travel document has been issued, and delivered to the member of Parliament's office. We are planning for our battle, before departure from Halifax. It is already, November.
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A storm on the Nova Scotia coast, right before our departure. Peggy's Cove lighthouse.
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Making a dash for Cape Cod from Cape Sable Island. No pictures of the crossing follow as we were preoccupied with surviving the raging North Atlantic in November.
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Swamps in North Carolina, along the intracoastal waterway, are particularly serene and inviting.
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Winter and freezing temperatures catch-up with us on the intracoastal waterway in North Carolina.
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Elena, freezing at the helm in South Carolina, cries, "Savannah or bust!"
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We were finally pinned down by a freak ice storm in Georgia.
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Eventually, Bahamas! This is an actual, real, unretouched photograph.
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Snorkeling in Bahamas. A lion fish hides among coral.
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Elena, snorkeling in the Berry island chain, Bahamas.

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