Posts from 'Guadeloupe'

Our Giant Kite

Posted by Tni Newhoff on April 23rd, 2007

Today we flew our gennaker (a type of spinnaker) for the first time and wow, was it beautiful! We had not flown it up until this point for two reasons: 1. we’d never flown it before and David and our dealer had only taken it out of the bag once, so it felt like a […]

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Chutes de Carbet

Posted by Tni Newhoff on April 22nd, 2007

The Chutes de Carbet are these magnificent waterfalls on the interior of Gaudaloupe. David and I had a wonderful hike up to see them. We snuck across the barrier and got as close as we could, enough to feel the mist on our faces. Felt like being back in Yosemite. After a strenuous hike, what […]

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It is the strangest thing. I’d say that at least 60% of the cows that we saw in Guadaloupe had an egret friend standing next to it. I can’t quite figure it out. David thinks that perhaps the cow is unearthing some kind of food that the egret can share in, but I never witnessed […]

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