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!
A friend jokingly referred to me as “Mr. Winch Handle here…” after a spear fishing expedition where I attached a heavy metal winch handle to my belt. Besides the fact I look styling with a shiny object on my belt
It’s still hard to believe that we left the clear blue waters of the Bahamas 2 weeks ago. Here are some pictures of our last 24 hours there. One last beach for the kids at Great Sale Cay. Not much
I know of cruisers who spear lobsters and eat them practically every night. They’re so good at it we call them “slayers”. I went out with a couple and shared in their lobster feast, but until recently I haven’t caught