Sunset in Bequia, St. Vincent. Our friend Dean on Dream Catcher took this amazing picture!
Maria in Bequia, posing on Aspen, as she did 14 years before (see the following picture).
Maria in Bequia on Aspen, 2005
Aspen will rest in the bay, located far in the distance on the right, Prickly Bay, for a rest.
Sweet Bequia with Aspen
Pool time at Port Louis Marina, Grenada with Cat Tales (Laurie and Dawn) and Maria.
S/Y Aspen – May 1, 2019 – Log #165
Aspen Position: 12 degrees 02’ N 061 degrees 44’ W
Six months of sailing and how fast that went by!
Exploring the Windward Islands and a few of the Leeward Islands passed our time, along with happy hours, making new friends and visiting with familiar faces during the course of this sailing season.
Captain Steve was also occupied this sailing season by writing another book. Oh no, not that again?!? Yes, but this one is about the Leadville Trail 100: that extreme 100-mile ultrarunning event that shaped my very being, for so many years. Luckily (?) Maria was around to relive all those years as I pounded the keys, finishing the book. I co-authored the book with my running friend, Marge Hickman, so there is more to the story than just explanations of VO2max, training regimes and finishing numbers. The book is called: Leadville Trail 100; History of the Leadville Trail 100 Mile Running Race. Here is a link for the book or through your friendly Amazon site as well: www.lt100history.com
We will haul Aspen out of the water here in Grenada, once again, where she will rest and relax before our return for yet another sailing season in these tropical, little latitudes.
Sail on, sail on Aspen…
You can track our voyages using this: https://us0-share.inreach.garmin.com/SYAspen
Our sailing book, Voyage Into Hell, is available at Amazon.com
And the new book, Leadville Trail 100; History of the Leadville Trail 100 Mile Running Race is also available at Amazon.com