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Isles of Scilly & ROKK Wireless Edge phone charger-6/12/22

The Isles of Scilly first came on our radar when our friends aboard SY Cadoha sailed there. It caught our eye for being a beautiful, strange, tropical escape that was, oddly enough, a part of the UK. The island's peculiarity attracted us, and we added it to the top of our must-see list. When we left the UK for France at the end of winter, we gave up any hopes of going to the Scilly's because of time. However, when we had our little pit stop in Brixham, the mysterious little group of islands slowly became a possibility. After Brixham, we knew we wanted to get to Falmouth to jump to Ireland. On the entire sail down the south coast, we diligently watched the weather to see if a stop in the Scilly's was possible. Then, the night we got into Falmouth, a weather window opened up for the next day. We could either hang out in Falmouth for a couple of days until our weather window opened for Ireland or jump to The Scilly's and wait for our Ireland window. It would be a short trip to the Scilly's, but at least we could go. That's what we did. It seemed like a long trip for a short stay, but why else are we living on a boat other than to go unexpected places for an unpredictable amount of time? We did not regret our decision for a second. The Scilly Islands are extraordinary with their glass-like water, desert landscape, and rich history. Our only regret is that we couldn't have stayed longer. However, just like it was happenstance that we ended up there, who knows when we'll be back.

In the Video:

Scanstrut ROKK Edge Wireless Chargers:

Marriage Savers:

Mads Tools:

Oscillating Multi-tool Tool

Bosch Circular Hand Saw

Bosch 150 Turbo Sander:

Bosch Drill and Impact Driver:

Makita Jigsaw:

Bosch Router:

Camera Gear:

Sony A7C:

Tamron 17-28mm f/2.8 Lens:

Go Pro Hero 9:

Sony Z-V1:

Sony GP-VPT2BT Handgrip for Sony Z-V1:

Wireless Microphones:

Manfrotto 290 Xtra Aluminum Tripod:


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