It is a small world after all. The people you meet sometimes closes the circle.
November 5-13, 2021 ~ A sailboat is a mechanism for transferring the motion of the wind into the motion of water. The wind pushes the boat, the boat pushes the water. ~ https://videopress.com/v/EQDrX7tn?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true A glorious time with these magnificent creatures. Part one of two. https://videopress.com/v/LX6mQw9y?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true Part two. The smaller fish attached to the one dolphin … Continue reading San Marte, San Francisco, Partida, and La Paz
Faithful readers, if you know this one you've been to Canada (it's $5). We've been up here for roughly the last 2 1/2 weeks, making our way through the Gulf Islands, Howe Sound, and now find ourselves on the Sunshine Coast, on the mainland side of British Columbia. So far, so good. I found I … Continue reading What makes two Toonies and a Loonie?
A Preface First, an apology. I thought I had published the Part One of our San Juan visit, but apparently had only saved it in draft form. That explains the dearth of comments about our travels thus far, or that we've just become wildly unpopular. We meet Sondra & Roy Sondra is an old friend … Continue reading Pig War! ( or all the other stuff we did in the San Juans)
Well, we've finally moved on from our extended stay in Port Townsend and find ourselves in the San Juan islands. Since it's been several weeks since we've posted an update, let me try to bring all you faithful readers up to speed on what we've been up to. If you're as fond of the inner … Continue reading A Port Townsend Recap