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Yes, I am crazy about podcasts, especially if they center around sailing and boats. This is a narrow field so I take what I can get. You can find a number of them on iTunes that have faded long ago … Continue reading
Building a boat, even a small one, can be a large undertaking. Everything being relative, the size of my budget demands a minuscule boat. I remain in an extended period of constructive daydreaming. My hands, however, want to be actively … Continue reading
Although I am often unaccompanied by other people on board I never sail alone as I count the boat and it’s most important parts to be equivalent. Each sail is a crew member. They are fantastic conversationalists, if you’re listening. … Continue reading
I first became interested in boats, sailing vessels in particular, when I saw my first ship models. They were in display cases in the Cabrillo Beach museum in San Pedro, Ca. I was awed by the web of rigging on … Continue reading
Magazines are going online every day. It seems like they all have a digital version available. At the Wooden Boat Show in Port Townsend I was introduced to a new magazine which is not transitioning to but has launched directly … Continue reading
We are just days away from the Wooden Boat Show in Port Townsend, Washington. I am anticipating a day or two steeped in salty ambiance. The weather forecast is looking like a cloudy but not particularly wet weekend. Hotels are going … Continue reading