Being sequestered on a sailboat in a small Mexican town during the COVID-19 “plague” has been a time of contrasts. Surrounded by beautiful ocean water, but not allowed to swim. Cute cheap places to eat – all closed. Islands to explore – but all closed to anchoring. While things slowly closed around us the things […]
Our stories and experiences are documented here. From the thoughts written during the First Time Offshore, to FAQs about cruising, to the humor and angst of day-to-day life while cruising, this is where to find our stories.
A quick reminder of some concepts around hurricanes plus a great handout on reading Barometers and Barometer Trends.
Sailors seem to be in two groups these days, those that hunkered down when the “plague” started and stayed put, flirting with boredom; and those that took off hoping to outrun it before they were prevented from leaving, flirting with ostracism and unknown difficulties. Now, late in the plague season it is clear that every […]
A Portuguese Water Dog who lives on a sailboat has more adventures in Mexico.
We visit the workshops of three artists and learn more than we expected. Cultural Tourism helps connect visitors with the human stories around them.
The mural project in La Cruz has beautified this lovely seaside town. But as I get drawn into the stories told by the murals a deeper beauty is revealed.