We made it!
Has any body bean to Grenada? Well, if you have you know how nice it is. When we made it my mom told me that there would be a lot of kid boats and sure enough the next day I was hanging out with a group of 10 and 11 year olds. Also there is a kids net on the radio that only started a few days ago, and it is pretty cool. A Radio net is a VHF channel that everyone in an area tunes in to at the same time. They talk about weather, problems people are having and what is going on. One day all the kids were meeting at the pool, another day we met at a beach and we arranged it on the kids net. Then we found a boat named Higgins that we met in Gibraltar all the way across the Atlantic. They have three kids. Two boys that are 11 and 9 and a 6 year old girl for Kena.
Do you know why all the boats go to Grenada? Well, they go there because the hurricane season is north of Grenada, so many boats stay in Grenada all summer.
Fast Forward and since I didn't finish my blog, we are already down in Trinidad. Trinidad is south of Grenada and we will sail back to Grenada after we get back from Maine. So far we haven't done much in Trinidad, and if you don’t live on a boat you won’t get this, but we rented a AC unit and it's awesome!