|Don raising the mainsail|
Thankfully, many boat blogs share details of their repair and upgrade projects, exotic sailing locations, and variations on the art of sailing. We learn a lot from the sailing community through blogs, and we like to share our projects for the same reason - a sort of pay-it-forward. If we find a tip or trick to solve a problem on the boat, it seems like a good thing to share it here.
But sometimes, you just want to sip your morning coffee and have a look at a boat on the water. Even if it's foggy and there's not that much to see. There's a peacefulness to sailing, so today, we're just sharing that.
|Rest stop for the sea lions. |
"Push over, Joe, you're being a real-estate-hog. Get your flipper off my head."
|“hark, now hear the sailors cry, |
smell the sea, and feel the sky
let your soul & spirit fly, into the mystic...”
|5.4 knots - being pushed by the same air we're breathing.|
|Sitting uphill. And the sun came out for a minute.|
|I spy an R for Robinhood|
|Heading back to shore, where everything hazy looks like a watercolor painting.|
And that blue boat with the yellow SUP on her deck to the left is one of our slip neighbors.
|At sea, I learned how little a person needs, not how much.|
- Robin Lee Graham
|Back in her slip in time for clear skies and a sunset|
- Mark Twain