As a prairie boy, I hadn’t actually ever seen a sailboat in real life so that’s the expectation I went into the trip with. One of awe at the new surroundings with untouched knowledge just waiting to be made clear Continue reading →
A short while ago we took aboard 12 new participants. During our time of introductions, it became evident that all those participating were highly qualified professional people in various medical fields. There were doctors, technicians, scientists researching Continue reading →
Staff increased by 4, two mums and their daughter and son. Working for food and board, primary job, mowing the lawns. See pic, their names from back to front; Sheila, Shantel, Shelly and Shaun the Sheep.
August was Intense! to say the least. Both my (Theo) parents passing away within a week of each other, which meant two trips to Australia for a few days each, then a collision at sea causing us to have Continue reading →
One of the wettest and coldest Winters, making it rather miserable to work outside, but work non-the-less continued, thanks to Dimity’s persistence. Damages due to unprecedented snowfalls in January put us back a bit, with having to rebuild a Continue reading →
Have you ever seen a water spout forming in the clouds, then reach down like a finger to touch the sea, sucking up everything in it’s path? It’s both extraordinarily exciting and frightening. Heading south from Halkidiki and Continue reading →
With a new bounce in their step having been impacted by the ministry of the Holy Spirit over the previous 6 weeks aboard the S/Y Encounter, (see “visitors comments“), our students left us in June for further Continue reading →
These past months, the main thrust of the work on our island property centred on developing the camping facility. The old farm house by the gate that we hoped could be renovated was not approved and instead had to Continue reading →