Goodbye Bermuda

Part of a forest of Banyan trees I saw in Bermuda today, courtesy of Kempe’s Island Tours.

A view from the hotel where three generations of the Kempe family and I had a great Sunday brunch today. Friends who have sailed to Bermuda and enjoyed the hospitality of the old-school hotel, Waterloo House, look closely under the tall crane. Where this lovely hotel once stood is now an empty lot. Bermuda’s changing.

My job with the Gunboat 62 is over, and I’m headed home to Jamestown tomorrow, February 8th, which is also my son Emerson’s birthday. I haven’t seen him or the rest of the family since December 14th. Needless to say I’m looking forward to seeing home and family.

Don’t know what’s next, but one thing I know for sure is that I’ll be posting more. At least for a while.

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