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Updated July 17, 2005

Following with our theme of keeping boatyards of the world employed we hauled in Yacht Marine in Marmaris, painted the bottom and renewed the zincs. If you notice the wooden supports and know something of Turkey's earthquake history, you will understand how happy we were to get back into the water.

  spruced up for the Med summer season

we entered Greece at Symi, famous for it's sponge fishery

 Santorini or Thira, land of  the expensive cappuccino

Mykonos tourists getting personal with the wildlife

definitive proof that Greek fishermen actually wear those hats

these can sneak up very quickly when you are on watch...

 upscale taverna on Kithnos

Emma conning the way through the Corinth Canal

the Oracle at Delfi forecast rain and our hatches were left open...

 evening in Galaxidhi

medieval harbour at Navpatkos

new bridge crossing the Rhion Strait

leaving the Levkas canal enroute to Paxos

Port Gaios  on Paxos

testing a model sailboat

dining al fresco

When we got to Corfu we rented a car and wandered down backroads looking for island locations mentioned by Gerald Durrell in My Family and Other Animals

downtown Corfu

White House in Kalimi Bay where Lawrence Durrell wrote