The Long Journey Home (back to boat life)

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We’ve made it to Tonga! But, our journey back home to #Curiosity is going to be a long one. The borders are still closed and we must quarantine for 21 days before we’re set free. Crazy!
Regardless of our negative Covid-19 tests, all passengers from the #repatriation flight are being treated and held in quarantine as if we have the virus. It feels extreme but we also understand. Viruses on these small, underdeveloped, and very remote islands are devastating. So, the Tongan Government is taking every precaution...and then some.
We’ve landed on the main island of Nuku'alofa where we’ll stay for our 21 days of government monitored quarantine. Then we catch a cargo ship to Vava’u Tonga to see Curiosity for the first time in a year! I still have to pinch myself every time I say it because it seems too good to be true: We're Finally Home!
We’re Jason and Nikki Wynn. We been living #OffTheGrid and exploring the world for 10 years.
Our first six years of #travel were an epic road trip around North America.
Now we’re on a #sailing voyage about the world. Did we have any previous sailing experience, of course not!
Neither of us is overly talented, smart, rich, lucky, or retired. But that doesn’t stop us from reaching far-flung destinations, having wild #adventures and managing everything that makes living aboard a moving vessel possible.
We’re two ordinary people that just so happen to live an extraordinary life.
And this is why we publish our lives on the world wide web. We share in hopes of inspiring you to find your adventure.
Timestamps if you like to Jump Around:
00:00 How We Got Here
00:54 Tonga Government Quarantine
03:39 Tonga Home Quarantine
08:10 Cargo Ship to Curiosity
12:40 Our Crate of Supplies
14:52 Fist Time to See our Sailboat in 1 year
#BoatLife #Catamaran #TravelVlog #DigitalNomad #LifeStyle #Sailboats
© Gone With the Wynns 2020


  • Bo Hunter
    Bo Hunter2 months ago

    So you all were stuck in Fiji in March and we finally made it out of San Diego, CA and relocated to Aberdeen, WA - getting unloaded on March 11 just before the C19 fiasco.

  • Sunshine Catcher
    Sunshine Catcher2 months ago

    when you said you were in their country and you do as they ask was such a breath of fresh air. So many people don't care

  • Erin Rayl
    Erin Rayl2 months ago

    What's the song at 9:07 when you're on the ferry? Its great! Glad you guys are back!

  • Spencer Meyers
    Spencer Meyers4 months ago

    Is there really anything better than setting sail and feeling the salty air go across your face! I dare say no. I love boating and am always looking for a way to get more time at sea. unfortunately, I will have to dock for a while, I am needing some good security, and I was curious about what you would suggest. I am leaning towards . Thoughts?

  • :R:
    :R:5 months ago

    Wow, what a journey they have been through! Their always positive attitude is awesome to see and their infinite patience is something to be admired. Their content and videos are worthy of any show on 'network television' these days and we look always look forward to seeing them. Fortunately, the pandemic is closer to the end than the beginning and nowhere near as deadly for most as originally thought. I suspect they will be back at the helm very soon ....

  • The Next Chapter
    The Next Chapter5 months ago

    Does no one know the definition of quarantine? You quarantine the sick not the healthy.

  • Gone with the Wynns

    Gone with the Wynns

    5 months ago

    quar·an·tine /ˈkwôrənˌtēn/ noun noun: quarantine; plural noun: quarantines a state, period, or place of isolation in which people or animals that have arrived from elsewhere or been exposed to infectious or contagious disease are placed.

  • Krister Lenberg
    Krister Lenberg5 months ago

    Finally back to our regularly scheduled programming :) Have been with you more or less since you started sailing but for some reason I haven’t been following you on dry land, just a quick peak now and then. But now when you are back where you should be and I will have something to look forward to on the sundays afternoons (Swedish time). Make sure that you enjoy Tonga between the scrubs, don’t wear yourself out. Regards, Krister.

  • Harry Jeffries
    Harry Jeffries5 months ago

    What a journey of the last year you both have had, wow

  • What it takes
    What it takes5 months ago

    Lol sister missionaries in your 0:43 shot. Glad you made it back to your boat!!!

  • ysesq
    ysesq6 months ago

    never leave the boat. hopefully you will remember that for next time.

  • Sura-Quay Arbon
    Sura-Quay Arbon6 months ago

    Thank you for being so gracious in regards to the requirements Tonga put in place, not complaining, not being rude, not reinforcing the rather bad reputation Americans have earned traveling overseas. Congrats on getting home.

  • ckeilah
    ckeilah6 months ago

    LOL @ 420 @ 12:40 🤣💨

  • RVstreet
    RVstreet6 months ago

    137 thumbs down. WHAT? You guys so rock and AGAIN......I love the way you guys tell a story. 💕💕💕💕💕💕

  • Roads of Faith
    Roads of Faith6 months ago

    YOU'RE HOME!!! YAY!!! Now to make Curiosity pretty again and back to the sea. You will NEVER forget 2020! God's blessings that the next few months left of this year are calm and enjoyable. 💕

  • Ellis Thomas
    Ellis Thomas6 months ago

    I was ill with the Rona in March and quarantined myself for 3 weeks. Unfortunately not in Tonga but a dreary depressing grey dump of a town where I live in South Wales. This quarantine actually looks pretty appealing.

  • Incognacious
    Incognacious6 months ago

    So happy for you

  • Mary Waltman
    Mary Waltman6 months ago

    We are so excited that you’re back on “Curiosity”. Best wishes to you both. You’re an inspiration!

  • Kcc145
    Kcc1456 months ago

    I know in some countries the no alcohol thing is due to domestic violence going on right now in some small countries at least

  • Paul Ohlstein
    Paul Ohlstein6 months ago

    Did that mini split keep your place cool? It seems to be mounted too close to the ceiling to allow air to easily enter the cassette.

  • Rixplace1
    Rixplace16 months ago

    I liv in FT Laudrdale FL and I think I met you two kids when you were moving from an RV to sailing.maybe a dock across from the former..Borders book store?????. I left my 12 unit bldg with a management company.. and my Scotty with a best bud. Both very well cared for.Total beginners but your out of control enthusiasm even then assured me that what you kids were determined to do and go you would "git er dun". I lost track of your adventures doing a two continent trek of my own from KILI in Tanzania to Capetown to Buenos Airies south to Drake Passage and then up to Panama mostly on foot a few times on the back of a scooter or motor bike. Am so happY I have found you two folks... again, and share your git it dun attitude

  • Fisher Bros and the Human Tribe
    Fisher Bros and the Human Tribe6 months ago

    Roger Fisher of Heart again, in my previous message I gave the wrong email addy. Correct one is: BUZZERBOY@MAC.COM I hope to hear from you, Jason :-)

  • bofooit gojo
    bofooit gojo6 months ago

    That's an amazing home coming to Curiosity, cant wait to see it sparkling on the ocean.

  • Hideo Kojima
    Hideo Kojima6 months ago

    are you stopping for cyclone season again 😂😂

  • Gone with the Wynns

    Gone with the Wynns

    6 months ago


  • Paul Deatherage
    Paul Deatherage6 months ago

    That is SOoo COooo! Very happy for you 2... my eyes actually leaked a little in happiness for the both of you!!

  • C.L. Searles
    C.L. Searles6 months ago

    So glad that you were able to make it back to your boat

  • Jeff Allen
    Jeff Allen6 months ago

    Lot's of work!

  • bofooit gojo

    bofooit gojo

    6 months ago

    say is that you guys have clearly shown that "sailing" is not all about yachts.

  • karl petersen
    karl petersen6 months ago

    In your quarantine, was your food delivered?

  • Gone with the Wynns

    Gone with the Wynns

    6 months ago

    Yes and they even provided vegetarian meals. Curious Minion

  • jim beech
    jim beech6 months ago

    Your lucky, all I can do is watch your adventure. :) Safe journey.

  • Wildly Intrepid Sailing
    Wildly Intrepid Sailing6 months ago

    You made it home finally! So happy for you but what an adventure with the multiple quarantines. Hopefully your cat is in OK condition without too many surprises.

  • Step Sister
    Step Sister6 months ago

    Are you swingers

  • Emily An
    Emily An6 months ago

    Oh my gosh. We were riveted!!! So happy to see you’re back “home”. Couldn’t be happier for you. Seeing you guys digging in that box we both said “that’s exactly what they ne

  • zapdawg
    zapdawg6 months ago

    I love it. Modeling a mini ice cream maker.

  • Bob Shaw
    Bob Shaw6 months ago

    So glad ya's finally made it back safely to Tonga & reunited with Curiosity .

  • Tally Shall We
    Tally Shall We6 months ago

    Dang, sure glad I live in the United States of America 🇺🇸.

  • agc812
    agc8126 months ago

    Woohoo! You made it!

  • Emily An

    Emily An

    6 months ago

    and tear. They should suck it up. Do a go FUND video. They can clean all day long. Motor s that sit for 12 month in that climate will condensate in the valves. The hoses for the

  • Hamish Wilson
    Hamish Wilson6 months ago

    Wow, I feel emotional. Returning to your mother ship, who is in a tired state. Do you feel guilty albeit not your fault in anyway. She has looked after you, now your must polish and cherish her like never before. Good luck and thanks for sharing. Hamish

  • S Powers
    S Powers6 months ago

    Where are you going for cyclone season? Stay in Tonga?

  • Gone with the Wynns

    Gone with the Wynns

    6 months ago

    They'll pretty much have to. The only other country the can sail to at the moment is Fiji, and *if* their insurance will give them a rider for Fiji it'll be expensive, plus Tonga has many more places to tuck up to avoid a storm. Better off sailing around Tonga. Curious Minion

  • Glen Eric Huysamer
    Glen Eric Huysamer6 months ago

    Nice one, glad to see that you guys eventually did make it back to Curiosity. I knew you would as I am sure many others like myself have been rooting for you all along. All I can say is that you guys have clearly shown that "sailing" is not all about yachts.

  • Amazedgar TM
    Amazedgar TM6 months ago

    So happy for you guys 😍

  • Zero2500
    Zero25006 months ago

    So happy you made it home!! Can you let myself and other viewers know how the relion batteries have coped trapped inside a sealed cat in Tonga with your extended absence, thx.

  • Gone with the Wynns

    Gone with the Wynns

    6 months ago

    There will be a whole video (I think this Sunday) on the state of the boat when they returned. The guys at the boat yard were checking the charge state and had instructions for when & how to top them up so, fingers crossed, they're just fine. But definitely watch the next vid! Curious Minion

  • Richard Mond
    Richard Mond6 months ago

    What happened to Jason’s head? Oh he got one of those stupid hair cuts which have somehow become popular, his hair was always bad now it’s silly.

  • Lord Masta
    Lord Masta6 months ago

    all that for 99% of survival rate as per CDC.

  • charles harper

    charles harper

    6 months ago

    Over a million dead worldwide...212,000 in the US alone. There's a reason the US is a pandemic basket case...scientific illiterates like you.

  • pida siouy
    pida siouy6 months ago

    water where she belongs and all will be well in the world. Make yourselves a couple of stiff drinks and let the process begin. Welcome home! 😊😎❤🌏🏝❤🍹🍹

  • njswimdad
    njswimdad6 months ago

    So I just had an epiphany; Jason mentioned that you got back to Curiousity just a year after leaving it, which was in part, at least, because of the then impending hurricane season. Then I saw Keith from Zatara calling his insurance company to get a rider for hurricane season, because they can't make to to a major port before the season starts. Does that mean that you two are now "stuck" in Tonga with a beached boat that needs repair through hurricane season?

  • njswimdad


    6 months ago

    @Gone with the Wynns Thanks, "Minion."

  • charles harper

    charles harper

    6 months ago

    @Gone with the Wynns I have a friend that got stuck in Tonga during hurricane season...he said their territory is big enough that you can sail out of harm's way to a secure anchorage elsewhere. The principal town here is Neiafu...harbor offers 360° protection from storm surge and violent winds.

  • Gone with the Wynns

    Gone with the Wynns

    6 months ago

    Cyclone season does start Nov. 1. Nikki & Jason have already talked to their insurance company and they have lots of local friends in Tonga who can advise them on where to tuck up in the event of a blow. It is the risk you take sailing anywhere the water is warm. Curious Minion

    ABC XYZ6 months ago

    Welcome home.

  • JL J
    JL J6 months ago

    I'm so glad you're back in your home. Thank you for taking us on this journey with you as we too have been in quarantine, and considering the way the US is handling it? Will be here for quite a bit. Take care. My child and I have been watching and look forward to your updates next week.

  • pida siouy

    pida siouy

    6 months ago

    Wonderful!! Home again!! Free to roam soon ❤️

  • Coralita675
    Coralita6756 months ago

    What a positive attitude you both have especially when visiting another country, as they say when in Rome do as the Romans do. Oh, BTW I only stumbled across your page via Sailing Zatara. Keep positive and hard work waving from the high seas from the East Coast of Australia.

  • Frank Smith
    Frank Smith6 months ago

    I get the CLEANING part. What there no seeing is 12 months of rot. In the lines. Even the sail rolled up for 12 month. There a very big chance first big winds the sails will blow out and tear. They should suck it up. Do a go FUND video. They can clean all day long. Motor s that sit for 12 month in that climate will condensate in the valves. The hoses for the motor just sitting that long can burst also. Mattress will have mold inside. My first sailing yacht was 174 feet. I'm not guessing. 12 months Tonga, heat, 90% dew point. Rain rain . Couldn't have been a worse place to leave a sailing yacht for a year. Yes I know the virus is to blame. I only want them to be safe. There may even be a INSURANCE clame there.

  • Frank Smith

    Frank Smith

    6 months ago

    @charles harper yes your right... but there maybe a loop hole in the insurance. The world PANDIC is the reason the owners could not tend to there yacht. Been in a world wode lock down is not WEAR and tear. Yes fiber glass can be made shiny. I'd take a thousand of photos before I cleaned anything. Also what the two kid are missing is the fuel tanks should be flushed they will have alot of water in them from the sweating in the fuel tanks. The whole fuel line system should be FLUSHED. All fuel filter should be changed out. Also the portable water is bad. The water tanks have to be drained flushed. Cleaned with sanitizer for water tanks. Then the whole water lines have to be flushed also. Let to dry... blowing forced air thru them..killing ALL BIO germ s. The sails may be saved but should be sowed top to bottom with new thread. Sewing sails, the thread has so many years life span.. leave a sail rolled up on the tropic.. All bets are off. First stress, under big winds. The sails will RIP apart... and that sucks at sea. I charter one of my sailing yacht to the famous rich (ass holes). We Earned what can go wrong little bee, ouch, pop singer,...ran off owning the LLC 450.000k. She sings in Vegas now. Brit, yup. Good call , on the shine..many shiny bright yachts sink.

  • charles harper

    charles harper

    6 months ago

    You can't claim insurance for wear and tear. They should have their sail and sheets down...but you'd be amazed how fast a fibreglass boat cleans up. The big problems should be mould...looking forward to seeing how bad it is.

  • Dean F
    Dean F6 months ago

    Welcome to 1984 on steroids... Winston. @4:30 "I want to talk about how we got here... We were nervous about being free in a free world... and about actually being individuals..."

  • jay super
    jay super6 months ago

    Boat project episode 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8......I could only imagine if I left my RV unattended for a year. Especially if you didn't plan to be gone a year.

  • Der Kong
    Der Kong6 months ago

    lesson learned never leave the boat...

  • Der Kong
    Der Kong6 months ago

    Chance I travel bringing my tourist dollars? ZERO! Covid is a hoax!

  • Richard Rumplik
    Richard Rumplik6 months ago

    So happy you were able to get back to the boat 🇺🇸🎉🎉 you Guys look Great and lyes the boat looks pretty good for what it went through!

  • charles harper
    charles harper6 months ago

    I just re-checked the timeline...They flew to Tonga Sept. 2nd. Fiji had last had a case reported Aug.14th...and they had a case reported Sept.2nd...the same day The Wynnes escaped. Fiji reported 2 more cases on Sept. they might had been denied if the flight had been delayed another day. Wouldn't that have been a heartbreaker...thank god they escaped when they did.

  • Candy Apple
    Candy Apple6 months ago

    Did you have to pay for the hotel? I’ve seen so many videos of people stuck in quarantine in foreign countries and nobody says who pays for the hotel. Two weeks can be pricey.

  • charles harper

    charles harper

    6 months ago

    In Australia you have no choice as to the hotel...and you get charged $2,000.

  • yuoop noke
    yuoop noke6 months ago

    guys are in Vava’u.

  • S H
    S H6 months ago

    Welcome Home! You've handled this entire journey with grace and class, and it was inspiring to watch you utilize this lock down in Fiji to foster a cat, deliver clean water solutions to a remote village, clean up the local beaches, and secure a life-long supply of life-saving medication for a fellow sailor with cancer. Thank you for being such amazing and inspiring global citizens!

  • Bobby Thompson
    Bobby Thompson6 months ago

    You two are a credit!

  • Anton, TX
    Anton, TX6 months ago

    We are so happy for you!!!!

  • yuoop noke

    yuoop noke

    6 months ago

    I am so happy for you that you are back on Curiosity! 🥳

  • Di O
    Di O6 months ago

    Wonderful!! Home again!! Free to roam soon ❤️

  • strong002
    strong0026 months ago

    WOW. What a crazy ride. Now let the work begin. I have no doubt that you two will have everything back to ship shape in no time. Thoughts and prayers are with you. Thank you again for sharing your lives and adventures with us.

  • Federico Maisch
    Federico Maisch6 months ago

    Thank you

  • John Williams
    John Williams6 months ago

    I just saw your 2014 appearance on Go RV!

  • Frank Smith
    Frank Smith6 months ago

    I'm so sad for you two. The dry ROTTING. All the lines can not be trusted now. You saved a man's life WHO given his life to the world so many can live there dream.... Never never feel like you can not put a go fund account for ""you""... we get to see what we will never see by PROXY by you guys.... You've taken , people you've never seen or new. On trips of there life.... you 2 deserve.... A go FUND page... the cat lovers of the world should drop $20.00 bucks in the bucket. So you can dressed out the sail boat. I pray tons of money flood in for you two. And you can hire a crew yo redress the lines, the canvas.... you deserve it guys.

  • Gone with the Wynns

    Gone with the Wynns

    6 months ago

    I don't think they'll do a GoFundMe but there is always the tip jar on the blog! If you'd like to say thanks or buy them a beer after a long day of cleanup, head over to the blog: And thanks for being a part of the virtual crew! Curious Minion

  • Carlyle Brown
    Carlyle Brown6 months ago

    Would love to be there to help y’all out with boat projects. Glad you both made it home finally!

  • Gary Durie
    Gary Durie6 months ago

    Gratitude truly does resonate from you guys. Although I'm sure there is a lot of work ahead, I hope it all goes well and I know your outlook will get you through it all. Soooo happy to see you back on Curiosity 🏡 ⛵ can't wait for the next video!

  • Paul Tenenbaum
    Paul Tenenbaum6 months ago

    If some of the sailing couples seem like reincarnations of hippies to me, then you guys are the flappers of the bunch. Big time. And I love it.

  • charles harper

    charles harper

    6 months ago

    Love it...

  • Bill Regan
    Bill Regan6 months ago

    Glad to see yo made it home!!

  • OutDoorzFam
    OutDoorzFam6 months ago

    One hell of a journey

  • seiom jvony
    seiom jvony6 months ago

    the emotions you felt. You probably have a bit more boat work now, but you are home! Hugs.

  • Tom D.
    Tom D.6 months ago

    You don't have to thank me for watching. I have to thank you for sharing your story. If it wasn't for you and a few other channels, I wouldn't have found a boat that I've absolutely fallen in love with and have a survey scheduled.

  • Kevin Seifert
    Kevin Seifert6 months ago

    Where can I get one of those neat laptop stands you had there?

  • Gone with the Wynns

    Gone with the Wynns

    6 months ago

    Check the gear store on the blog. There's a whole section on computer/geeky stuff & it may be in there. Don't forget that shopping through the links in the store won't cost you anything extra and will throw a few pennies into the sailng kitty! Curious Minion

  • Jeffrey Wood
    Jeffrey Wood6 months ago

    I am so happy for you that you are back on Curiosity! 🥳

  • seiom jvony

    seiom jvony

    6 months ago

    Alcohol removes inhibitions. If you’re an idiot it amplifies that, which is part of the reason COVID is not under control in the US.

  • Jonathan Neethling
    Jonathan Neethling6 months ago

    No really. Drag it out longer. Geez that was a frustrating 15 minutes. Maybe next time I should watch it backwards.

  • BearlyThere
    BearlyThere6 months ago

    I’m not crying. You’re crying. Congratulations guys and welcome home.

  • Roy Campbell
    Roy Campbell6 months ago

    Great to see you guys made it back home awesome.

  • carlos barrera
    carlos barrera6 months ago


  • Joanna Brown
    Joanna Brown6 months ago

    So good! Great storytelling 🙌

  • The_Arby
    The_Arby6 months ago

    Nice to see you back :-) Where's the Cats ??

  • The_Arby


    6 months ago

    @Gone with the Wynns Lovely video :-) Feel for you guys :-)

  • Gone with the Wynns

    Gone with the Wynns

    6 months ago

    Wrong @charles harper, it wasn't getting "too difficult to travel with them." It was becoming dangerous to the cats' health to continue to travel with them, and each new country means more bloodwork and shots and that isn't fun for the cats. Many Pacific island nations don't even have vets, so it would be impossible to get care for them. Cleo was 19 with advanced kidney disease: what if she took a downturn while they were making a long passage? That would have left them in an awful situation to either end her life (without benefit of drugs to ease her transition) themselves or to let her suffer. They did what was best for the cats. @Russ here's the video where they say goodbye to the cats: 😥 Spoiler alert: Singa is super happy with his new family and even has a girlfriend! Curious Minion

  • charles harper

    charles harper

    6 months ago

    They left them back in the US because it was getting too difficult to travel with them.

  • Brandon Hardy
    Brandon Hardy6 months ago

    Such a satisfying video!! Welcome home.

  • Diane Silverstein
    Diane Silverstein6 months ago

    Your excitement is palpable!!! Yay for you!

  • Scott Hitt
    Scott Hitt6 months ago


  • Anoop Singh Gill
    Anoop Singh Gill6 months ago

    I prayed for you both to reach Curiosity quickly. Thank God for small mercies that she is intact with a little wear n tear. Thats OK. I know with you both back she will be sparkling and sailing once again. Bon Voyage😜😁😁😁😁

  • James Merchant
    James Merchant6 months ago

    Wow I so know what you guys are going through. I was on a Navy ship arrived March 3rd stuck on the ship till august 4 arrived the states said hello to the family and ten down to my cabin Cruzer. The Wife and I had it cleaned up in a week. What a job. Then the hurricanes started in. Boats parked in Destin Fla. Covered it up hurricane blows through then back down to the boat. It makes it fine. Then work calls and says it’s time to go back to work ( my rotation 6 weeks on 6 weeks off ) So now I’m doing my Quarintine in Baharain 21 days ugg 10 days to go then to the ship for 6 weeks, then back home. December if all goes well. So Happy ya all made it back. Enjoy the good Weather and being back on the boat. What a good life it is. Amen Amen. Jim

  • Ken Jelinek
    Ken Jelinek6 months ago

    Your great attitudes - individually and together - are truly mind-boggling and inspirational❗❗❗ Of course, our attitudes - positive or negative - are choices we make. YOU GUYS consistently make great choices❗👍😄 Thank you for that❗😄👍

  • Vincent Stark
    Vincent Stark6 months ago

    Welcome back home, guys! So happy for you!😍☀️⚓️

  • Glenda Sabo
    Glenda Sabo6 months ago

    When do you think you will sail back home to land on solid ground and stay??? You can travel still but just not by RV or boat. Any thoughts of children??

  • Carlos Benjamin
    Carlos Benjamin6 months ago

    Alcohol removes inhibitions. If you’re an idiot it amplifies that, which is part of the reason COVID is not under control in the US.

  • Sailing Luxury Chic The World
    Sailing Luxury Chic The World6 months ago

    Finalmente !!!

  • sequi- tur
    sequi- tur6 months ago

    The sad truth is that there is no covid test. They are actually testing for generic corona sequences, which are perfectly normal and we all corona viruses have from time to time. What a stinking mess they have made of our world. And it will only get worse. AGENDA21

  • Robert Orzech
    Robert Orzech6 months ago

    You call it quarantine , I call it jail !

  • charles harper

    charles harper

    6 months ago

    You have no freedom in jail...big difference.

  • Todd Kesler
    Todd Kesler6 months ago

    Make your own alcohol.. fruit, bread and water in a trash bag for a week a week down the hatch!

  • Jonathan
    Jonathan6 months ago

    Noo! These leaving episodes with a hanger and teasing the next... is ... give me something to strangle. A year? I hate how fast time moves as you get older.

  • dolita windo
    dolita windo6 months ago

    letting anything sit for a year is not good. You’ve got a lot of work to do, but you’re HOME! Finally..Congratulations! Looking forward to seeing you bring her back to life.

  • SilverArk
    SilverArk6 months ago

    I'm so glad you're back on your boat. I'd say it's no booze because when people get liquored up, they do dumb things, (not you guys! ;)) like leave their room and if one would do it, all must be stopped. Just a guess! Looking forward to your next video! Curiosity will be so glad you're back too to look after her. Sail on Mateys.

  • timsak
    timsak6 months ago

    Welcome home! ✈⛴❤⛵

  • Yvonne Raphael
    Yvonne Raphael6 months ago

    Yay!! And yay again!!

  • dolita windo

    dolita windo

    6 months ago

    Glad you have safely returned to your floating home!!

  • Beca Johnston
    Beca Johnston6 months ago

    Welcome home guys !,, I’m so glad for you...

  • stilcrazychris
    stilcrazychris6 months ago

    I'm so happy you made it back to your floating house. So sorry you have to go through all the new, things you did before, you done before you left. Man that sucks. But I know your just happy to be back on your floating home. Yeah!!..... Oh heck. You'll have it all back in ship shape before we even know it. Y'all put your heads down & work @ it & wham....... it's fixed like new. Y'all really get down to it. And y'all know we what to see it, @ all stages of its life. Y'all are amazing story tellers. But hey we understand if you don't want to tell us about it, I totally understand if you skip a few days of no filming. I totally get it. You know what would be great? If y'all put together a like mini documentary about your struggles to get back to your boat durning this dang COVID-19 virus. Like an extra "Special report" on COVID-19 VIRUS, the struggles of our lives & if it was for the virus we wouldn't of meet the people if it hadn't been for this virus. I can see the video playing in my head right this moment. Oh how freaky. I can even hear/see y'alls style playing in my brain. Now that's wild. Think about it. I think others would like it to. Well I'm excited to see the videos, just more excited, y'all be safe, God bless y'all, & welcome home, Chris from Missouri

  • Freddy Wulf
    Freddy Wulf6 months ago

    Nikki from Nuku'alofa Tonga, reporting...I like it!