Being disabled by both the accident
(partially crushed L5 verabrae) and cancer surgeries, I fear there is nothing closer than Seattle
for assistance in the kind of support I would, in all likelyhood, need. The area where I live gives new meaning to the word remote
. Pacific County has a land area the size of Delaware and a population less than 20,000 people. Nearly 1/2 the folks living in the county resides on a penninsula between the Pacific Ocean
, Willapa Bay (mostly mud flats) and the Columbia
river. It is a little over a mile wide the majority of it's 32 mile length. The port of Ilwaco hosts a few commercial fishing
boats and a small charter
fleet. A single
trip to Seattle
, from my home, in a fairly fuel
efficient subcompact costs close to $70. Sailing is an itch I would dearly love to scratch, but haven't the resources, at this time, to approach this desire (my last of four is in college). Thank you, however, for the thoughtful response.
I loved my visit to your home base of Nevis
in 1991. A little Twin Otter, (Liat I think), flew me and five other passengers around 1500 ft above the water
, between Basse Terre and Newcastle, landing on a little strip on the north shore, not far from the channel between the islands. I preached for two nights at a Church of God congregation, a little south Charlestown, pastored by Davidson Morton. I loved the lively time spent in this lovely, articlate slice of the Leewards. I especially enjoyed Prinney's beach.