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- Together, with the help of Hunger Heroes like you, we have accomplished incredible things this year! As validation… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 5 days ago
- At Feeding Children Everywhere, we have so much to be thankful for, but most of all we are thankful for you!… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 3 weeks ago
- Thank you to all of our nation's veterans! We are committed to those who have bravely served our country. #fed40… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 1 month 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.”
Monthly Archives: January 2011
It’s been a busy week, both with Clarity and with other things, but we’ve gotten more done. After milling the inner hinge fittings, I decided to replace the outer aka tubes with the rest of the SCH 40 tubing. We … Continue reading
A Sail A Thon For Aidric Hunt Please come join Mike and Susan Barnett in our quest to help raise money for young Aidric Hunt, a 5 year old autistic child left parentless when his mother was killed on October 26th of … Continue reading
Progress continues at our secret, high-tech (we have indoor plumbing) nautical experimentation facility… weather notwithstanding, the mast extension has been installed, mast hound relocated and a bail for the reacher halyard mounted, the cleats labeled for each halyard, and all shrouds checked … Continue reading
Even with all the rain today, I did find time just a few minutes ago, to ‘glass a couple more layers of cloth and epoxy onto the inside faces of the trunk, where the daggerboard and the seas will cohabit. … Continue reading
Here are a few pictures taken while molding the daggerboard housing halves and the front and rear bulkheads. The high-tech, non-adhesive composite material used to form the radiused corners is red Play Doh. Snazzy stuff, no?!? Thanks, HASBRO!
Monday evening was our first Sign A Sail event, held at the Tampa Sailing Squadron. Many signatures were collected, along with donations for Aidric. Many thanks to all there… Susan and I will be back! Also, thank you to T. … Continue reading
Here is a form that you can use to pledge a per-mile donation to Aidric. For each mile we sail in the Everglades Challenge, you’ll pay the Aidric Hunt Assistance Fund your designated amount (either a .10 per mile minimum, … Continue reading