Brownsville is the southern most city in Texas, which usually means it’s the warmest. So we stuck around the area. Our roots in boating led us back to the water so we headed for the beach. The barrier island of
Short story: We were denied by Mexican authorities to drive our van past the border towns of the hassle free zone. Customs, immigration and the Banjercito. Long story: While getting our ducks in a row to enter Mexico, we noticed
It’s been a long few weeks to get to south Texas & the border of Mexico. We got slapped in the face on our intended departure date of 12/29 by a bitter cold spell that started after Christmas and lasted
These are my thoughts from 2 months in Bali (January – March 2017). Please note that prices are either in US dollars ($) or Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). At that time 10,000 IDR was about $0.75. Food Who needs a food
These are my thoughts from 2 months in Bali (January – March 2017). Please note that prices are either in US dollars ($) or Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). At that time 10,000 IDR was about $0.75. Yeah, it’s weird taking out
The salty weather word of the day (from Wikipedia): A derecho (/dəˈreɪtʃoʊ/, from Spanish: derecho [deˈɾetʃo], “straight”) is a widespread, long-lived, straight-line wind storm that is associated with a land-based, fast-moving group of severe thunderstorms. Derechos can cause hurricane force
We’ve written extensively in the past about our boat-selection process. So now, for my first real post in over two years, I shall explain our van-buying process. Starting from the beginning… The camper van has been a bug in our
Beginner’s Guide to Cruising the Bahamas as given at the 2014 New England Boat Show
Here’s a link to my presentation for the 2014 New England Boat Show.
Here’s the last 2 years of our lives wrapped up in 4+ minutes. Enjoy!