This is how we remember John and Dingo
Hanging on a line away from docs and marinas independant and free
John and I often discussed the risks of single handed cruising and it is waith a san heart I assume knowing the man this was an untimely end not of his making.
Chanace of having another beer and spitrited discussion I suspect very low.
What I ask is that those who knew and cared for them assist in rescuing Dingo who I will give a home.
I presenet her some of my John Bachelor memories:
The Joy B, John and Dingo
We are in Belleville. Tied up on the west wall Meyers Pier. Good weather so far. Still trying to verify crew for the locks passage. We are going to Kingston tomorrow. Two of us. Other boat is an Albin Vega. Guy new to cruising. He is a good learner. Dingo says woof.
The last time I saw John was the night before he set off south this year. The Joy B was tied up at Meyers Pier Belleville.
Fair Winds Old Friend
News on Dingo:
Pictures from a wonderful man who rescued him and took the booy in.
I am Nathan Moody the Director of Operations at the OLD BAHAMA BAY RESORT
I am also a volunteer with BASRA for 4 years, I was the first one on scene to John's boat.
I rushed Dingo to the Vet that day he was very malnourished and dehydrated. He also has sevral deeps cuts on his hind legs. after three day on a IV he was able to keep food down, 1k later he was able to be release from the vet. He is now living at my home with my other Potcake ZIGGY.
please feel free to call me for any info that i can help with.
i have attached pictures of Dingo please let me know if you find family members or friends who would like to provide Dingo with a loving home. He will be treat with love and care he until.