Why do these things always happen in the middle of the night??

Clint and I were married in the Turks and Caicos 12 years ago. We were on the beach in Grace Bay, Providenciales, to be more precise.  For the past week Sapodilla Bay, not far from our wedding beach, has been our home.


Being here again (it’s been 10 years since our last visit) has been revealing and enriching. I will write about the island and our experiences here sometime soon. For now, please don’t give up on us! The internet access has been so challenging that I had decided posting while we’re here was simply not an option. But on our last night here I’m finding sleep a challenge, and that has led to the realization that my service works great at 2:30am!  Of course I can’t take the time now for a full post.  I need to sleep as we are to be awake in three hours to start a full day’s passage across the banks to stage our next big passage, this one to the Dominican Republic and then Puerto Rico. Upcoming posts may be sparse until we’re settled somewhere again, but I promise to update you soon!

Until then, sleep well, my friends. Sweet dreams from Sapodilla Bay!


11 thoughts on “Why do these things always happen in the middle of the night??”

  1. Erin… your staying one “passage” ahead of me…. lol. Greg and I will be in Turks and Caicos May 18th for 17 days!! Right where you are now!! Continue your journey and rest in our thoughts and prayers… Robin


  2. Good to hear from you! So glad you at having fun!! I enjoy following you and where you are. I’m a bit jealous, but the closest I’ll be is on our cruise in April for a week!! Stay safe and keep on updating!!


  3. Hello Clint, Erin, Eyn and Marley from the Boston Heberts! We very much enjoyed our 3 days hanging out with you on Sapodilla bay beach. We returned home last night and our boys Gabriel (7) and Nicolas (almost 4) said the highlight of the trip was making friends with your girls and their days on the bay. Save travels and we will follow your blog! – John


    1. Hello, John and family! It was such a treat to make land-based friends in TCI. We loved our time with you and our girls adored your kids. Hopefully the transition back to Boston weather was not too difficult for you. Thanks for reading. Keep checking on us. We’ve made it to the DR and I’ll post something from here soon. Be well!


  4. Miss Turtle has come out of her “shell” and has multiple head butting sessions daily. The cat tree is in Nancy’s bedroom and is where she eats and hangs out.. or on the window sills. At night, she roams the house and leaves little patches of fur on different chairs eac morning. She loves her catnip. She is a little spoiled and has gotten very used to eating twice a day. She is still afraid of Foster dog 2 … all 8 lbs of him. We are patiently waiting for her to figure out she is smarter, bigger, and has more sharp claws. Big foster pup Rosie had long been adopted. She may be gaining a few ounces but it is hard to tell under that fur. She is also becoming quite a talker. I’ll see if I can get an action shot of 🐢 in cuddle mode. Nancy


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