Happy Monday Everyone. Well, our day to get underway has finally arrived. We're equal parts nervous, excited, and grateful. Nervous, because well, the big thing we've worked so hard for over the last several days, months, weeks, and years is becoming a reality. Excited for the same reasons. We're also really grateful - all the … Continue reading Departure Day is Finally Here!
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The day has arrived where we reflect on the years, months, weeks, and hours that we dedicated our focus to make tomorrow happen. Tomorrow we push off to start our new adventure that has awaited us. Tonight, we sit quietly, in our own thoughts, reflecting on our own stories. On the pat tales we created … Continue reading Tomorrow
And a new Log Book to begin logging our journey. Our first entry will be either May 20th or 21st. It's surreal to think that after living in this marina for 17 months, and Portland for 18 years, we will be parting ways by boat. Log Book - Volume 1
This will be a gritty post - no fluff just facts. In a March post we listed the big projects we wanted to complete that month including installing Block and Tackle for the Dinghy Davits. We did well with the Spinnaker Pole guys remaining. Give me a fist bump. Boom In April, our list included … Continue reading Where are we on our Project List?
Ah, the Dream. The dream that comes true when you put your heart and soul into it. The dream that is shared with others in story and photos. The dream that others respond, 'you are living the dream'. Ah yes ... the dream. But are there dreams that come true without some sweat and tears? … Continue reading Our Boat Project LIST(s)
It's a chilly morning here at Tomahawk Bay Marina. As my mother-in-law would say, 'there's frost on the pumpkins'. There is also ice on the water, I will add. For the first time since December 2017 when we moved into the marine, about 50% of the fairways and slips are covered with ice. It's pretty … Continue reading Pick a Color. Any Color.
This post was inspired after reading The Boat Galley's post about making your dreams come true. I was moved when I read how she would ask her grandkids “What have you done TODAY to make your dreams come true?” Such a lovely and inspiring question to ponder on. Regardless of the size of your dream, like … Continue reading Plans to make a Dream Come True
I want to start this off to share that we are not experts at shopping for used boats. We are also not brokers, nor looking to make any money selling boats. We are merely interested in writing a little blurb on our experience, sharing what we learned with hopes to pass on a little tidbit. … Continue reading The Art of Boat Shopping