Boat update: keeping it all in perspective

It’s been over a week since Libby was rammed by a 30 foot Norstar. I’ve been waiting to update this blog when I had definitive news, but I do not. Frustrating? Yes. I have retained an attorney to help me. I know that people are wondering what the heck is going on with this, but… Continue reading Boat update: keeping it all in perspective

Libby Got Hit

My Islander 30 MK II was hit on Tuesday by a 30 foot Norstar powerboat. Riley and I were ashore at the time of the impact. No one was hurt. A witness to the accident says the Norstar hit my boat three times under power. As the photo shows, she was hit with a great… Continue reading Libby Got Hit

Living aboard: your questions, please!

August 1, 2012, will be my one year anniversary of living aboard. Last year I posted a lengthy article about why I’d be living aboard a sailboat, and I’ve gotten a few requests to write a One Year Later styled post on my experiences aboard, if the lifestyle has lived up to, exceeded, or even… Continue reading Living aboard: your questions, please!

Solo and going with the flow

Last weekend Riley and I decided to go for a mini weekend cruise to reward ourselves for not shooting anybody during the Poulsbo Third of July Fireworks. I was abundantly thankful that neither my boat nor any of my neighbor’s boats were harmed, bumped into, or even glared at. In fact as I was staying… Continue reading Solo and going with the flow