Tent and waiting

  • Camping pres de Vagabond

That's it, a crane should be available in two days. We all look forward to putting Vagabond back in the water and being able to live aboard normally. Meanwhile, since the site is closed at night, we camp outside the fence (with the mosquitoes!). Or we accept an invitation to town if it rains too much (thanks Doreen).

The starboard propeller shaft has just been reassembled without too much difficulty, the last September incident was simply by loosening a nut. Problem solved! A little bit of painting on the hull, then other preparations will be done afloat.

Canada Day

  • Splash Pad Canada Day Goose Bay

On July 1 we celebrated Canada Day. There were games with water, small stands and a concert. In the evening there was a multicoloured fireworks display! MA-GNI-FI-CENT.

Vagabond, finally!

  • Retrouvailles avec Vagabond

Nine months since we left Vagabond in Goose Bay. Each of us four is moved to climb aboard. At first glance, nothing has moved, except the thermometer sliders indicating that the temperature inside the boat has fluctuated between -27°C and +29°C. Soon we will know if there are consequences...

Montreal - Goose Bay

  • Pilotes Pilatus
  • Depart de Montreal avec Luc et Georges

It is in Pilatus that we get to Labrador. Memorable flight from Montreal, three hours in the company of our pilots Luc and Georges who invite us in the cockpit each in our turn. Exceptional experience!

Big departure!

  • Lanton

Yesterday the house was rented and the car sold! Emotion leaving our friends from Brittany. Our long stay in France ends. We leave for new horizons for a year and a half... Starting with family, formalities and training for three days in Paris, then heading to Canada to meet again with Vagabond.