Although I have previously discussed my Galley I have never shown the details. Get ready to read all about it!
On the boat next to us lives Skipper Joe; a musical, funny, all-around gifted dude. He was the neighbor who provided the impromptu musical interlude between our de-naming ceremony and our naming ceremony. The song he sang was Mr. Blue Sky (a totally appropriate song for a sailboat any time but especially during a completely-non-solemn […]
The first day of Spring came and went. It was hard to tell because a good 4″ of heavy, wet, mushy snow fell. It dampened our chilled spirits and strengthened our resolve to sail South to warmer climes ASAP.
Just before we were married I purchased an itsy-bitsy ficus tree. It wasn’t much to look at, no braided trunk or bonsai-type shape, but he was cute and tiny. I planted him in a miniature pot and we moved him to our first apartment. As he grew so did the size of the pots. He […]
The last time I wrote about Water Central it was to mention that we ran new hose. To the galley sink. The bathroom sink got decommissioned at that point because we didn’t have enough new hose to reach it. This meant washing our hands and brushing our teeth in the kitchen and admiring the decorative […]
When people first come onto our boat they usually stop and look at our headliner (that’s the ceiling for you non-boaty types). It looks like beadboard but is a single piece of something that extends the width of the boat. We’re not sure what it’s made of and neither is anyone else who comes aboard. Whatever […]
The birthday gift I ordered for my Better Half finally arrived this week: hand-thrown mugs with Devilfish on them. They are exactly what I hoped they would be and, more importantly, my Better Half thinks they’re awesome!