Sorry about the lack of postings lately… I’ve been pretty busy finishing off the trade of my Chrysler 20 for the Kawasaki Concours motorcycle, and it has left me both happy and a bit melancholy. In any case, it’s done, with only one task left – splicing eyes into the new halyards and sheets, which go with the boat. I ordered Stay Set from Defender Industries, but, guess what? They shipped Stay Set X, which has a totally different core construction, and it splices quite differently… so I have to learn the splicing technique, install shackles on the halyards, put an eye in the mainsheet, and then deliver them to the new owner. Which gives me an excuse to ride the Concours….!
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- Pictures From Checkpoint 2 – 2014 Everglades Challenge claritysailingadventures.wordpress.com/2016/02/06/pic… https://t.co/3xM5zyoKei 1 year ago
- A Sad Day On The Water In Fiji claritysailingadventures.wordpress.com/2015/11/29/a-s… https://t.co/J4QwsFiRaE 1 year ago
- Take the #disrupthunger challenge! Share your story! Be a voice for others who are struggling to put food on the ta… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 1 week ago
- RT @HOBY: Tune in at 7:30 pm CST to see HOBY pack 50,000 meals w/ Feeding Children Everywhere on Facebook Live! #HOBYWLC2017 #TheGOLDStanda… 3 weeks ago
- RT @CarrieSchwab: Schwabbies always go above and beyond when it comes to supporting local nonprofits. Proud of these results. #Schwab4Good… 4 weeks ago
- “There aren’t too many small boat voyagers left, and we are they. Those of us with experience sailing, paddling, and rowing light expeditionary craft on adventuresome treks have a bit of a duty to set good, seamanlike examples to those who are paying attention to what we do, both to further the passion, and ensure that those who follow our path do so in safety. For they, in turn, will be the ones to further the passion in years to come.”