Monthly Archives: November 2010
I wrote about the sale of boats seized by the Port of Port Angeles on October 21, 2010. At the time I featured two boats. Since that time the seizure notice has disappeared from the 20 foot sailboat and the … Continue reading
As I sit here tonight there is about ten inches of snow on the ground outside. Most of it hit the ground earlier today while I was at work. The temperature is 25 degrees. That is pretty low by Port … Continue reading
As I sit here tonight it’s blowing half a gale outside. It is the proverbial, “dark and stormy night.” The sound of wind is like a time machine. It takes me to places where the scent of salt air and … Continue reading
Seaward Adventures is starting a new feature: The schooner of the month. We begin with a modern reproduction of a classic working schooner. The 104 foot long Lady Maryland is a Chesapeake Bay pungy schooner. She is rather eye catching … Continue reading
Several Weeks ago I commented on a very well done model of a Cape Cod Catboat that is the subject of a thread on WoodenBoat Magazine’s Forum. Donald Branscom has continued to build a miniature vessel with skill and resourcefulness … Continue reading
I have posted some musings on nautical books on my other blog, Adventures in Antiquing. I am just an old bookworm with salt in my veins.