Beach Day on Grand Anse, Grenada

Another beautiful Day…Monday January 20th. hearing the ocean surf. They (Resort) say close the balcony doors when you go to sleep…

Not what I want to do… I feel safe and love to falling asleep and waking up with listening to the waves crushing onto the beach. Kind of miss the rocking to sleep on the “Lady Natalie” though. The ground I walk on is moving to the waves….

Going to be another beautiful day by the beach… thinking of where the Lady Natalie may be sailing to on her next adventure as I watch he drift away to in the Sea…what are the chances I’ll be here again one day I ask myself?

Every Day here is beautiful….

My Last Evening sunset joy and happiness.

I say Thank You to all that made this trip so special and a joy in my Life

The Royal Clipper in the harbor of St. George, Grenada
Last evening by the Beach.. Grand Anse
Can you see The Royal Clipper in the distant. So beautiful she has I believe 5 Masts if I recall that correctly.

memory and love in my life.

Sun,Venus And My Birthday…June 5. 2012

Venus transit June 8, 2004.  Image: Wikimedia Commons

Venus’ transit day has passed 

On My Birthday and my Brothers Birthday too.

I would have loved to see this and even more special since it was on two special days, so it would have been fantastic to see something so spectacular like this….and guess what as so many of us …we did not have the right GLASSES to see this event on

New York 18:03 (6:03 p.m.), June 5 20:24 (8:24 p.m.), June 5 (sunset

As with any solar eclipse, you must have proper eye protection to view a planet transiting across the sun….ahhhh and I did not have them….

The last transit of Venus for the 21st century!

The brightest planet, Venus, passed right in front of the sun for nearly seven hours on June 5-6, 2012, but, from many places, the transit was in progress at sunrise or sunset. During the transit, Venus appeared in silhouette as a small, dark dot moving in front of the solar disk.

This exceedingly rare astronomical event

– a transit of Venus –

won’t happen again until December 11, 2117.

However, a transit of Mercury will take place on May 9, 2016.

On a clear night Venus can also be seen as a bright “star” in the sky, especially shortly after sunset or before sunrise.

This is why it is also referred to as “evening star” or “morning star”.

So a toast to all of us that where able to see this once in a lifetime event and to All of YOU that celebrated a Birthday…

Cheers to my Brother Andre too

hope you had a great 45. Birthday too,

Love you