If you watch our YouTube Channel, or follow us on Instagram and Facebook you already know where we are. For those who don’t, let me tell you why Back Creek is the BEST creek! Annapolis is an amazing place for cruisers and liveaboard and is set up to cater to our every need, almost. Spa … Continue reading “Back Creek, Annapolis”
Curious: Do you all hail from a “home club”? We do. We came from the Thames River Yacht Club in Lighthouse Cove (Lake St. Clair). It was absolutely devastating to leave those guys behind. We love every single member for one reason or another. But, something struck me tonight and I felt it to be … Continue reading “Every Heart Is An Island (But No One’s Alone)”
You know those days when you work all day then have a hundred and one other things to do afterwards? Those days that you’re so warn out that you barely even make it to your bed before you pass out? I never thought it possible, but here I am, kinda missing those days. What the … Continue reading “When It Rains…”
Well, here we are. When you sell all of your stuff to voyage around the planet on a little plastic sailboat, you are aware of hurricanes. You just never expect to have to deal with one. Here we are, just shy of six weeks into our journey from Lake St Clair in the Great lakes … Continue reading “Hurricane Florence by Sailboat”
Hey all, we leave NYC and head into the ocean, at night! Also we talk money and prep for hurricane Florence.
Well, tomorrow is the one month mark on our great adventure. We left August 6th and here we are, our tiny plastic Canadian made sailboat out in the blue water where she was never meant to be; where we were never meant to be. The hardships are real. It’s not like “they got my coffee … Continue reading “One month later”
Hey all Just wanted to do a quick post to let you know that yes, we know there is some tropical storm activity in the Atlantic, which we are in, and yes we have a plan. The activity is very, very far from hitting the east coast of the US and even then, will be … Continue reading “Tropical Storm Problems”