Not at all like Gettin’ The LED Out… On the list of the many things to fix on our boat were the lights. Not so much the fixtures themselves as most are original and lovely and very boaty.
New York is really chapping my hide (although I still haven’t gotten past loving to hate it). As a West Coast transplant I am not in favor of extreme weather. Since moving here in 2011 we have suffered an earthquake, two hurricanes (true, one in North Carolina but we sure felt it in NYC), two […]
I have mentioned Narnia a bit on this blog. It’s a magical land that absorbs stuff. There’s no telling what sort of amazing life our tools are having. I like to imagine that Prince Multi-Tool and Princess Wire Brush, along with their trusty steed Ospho, are doing battle with Evil Witch Rust. No, actually, that’s […]
When I was very little my mom taught me a song that she later regretted. It is one of those indeterminable round-and-round things of exhausting length; kind of like 99 bottles of beer on the wall meets Pete and Repeat were walking down the road. Pete fell down. Who was left? Repeat! As an adult I can’t […]
Our boat has Water Central under the port settee. No, really. It’s where the water tank valves, the pressurized water pump, and the whole-boat filter are located. The hoses to the galley sink and head sinks originate here. It’s also got space for a water heater or a water maker. Water Central is a happening […]
I love to cook and one of the things I looked for in a boat was a galley (kitchen) that was usable and easy to cook in. Our Amazon 37 definitely fit the bill with more counter space than our New York apartment (though with a much smaller stove and refrigerator!). The cooking area is […]
We had a marvelous New Year celebration with AllesGirl and HerSpouse on Devilfish; The Commune was reunited once again! We watched movies: Captain Ron, because boat and Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle, because, well Jersey, and I made a dinner that lasted four hours.