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Homeport:
Lopez Island, WA
About Me:
Passionate about sailing and the water. For about 15 years now I've made my living on and around the boating community. I left Disney to become a commercial fisherman in Alaska for a few years, then started marinegraphics.com doing boat graphics around Seattle. This became one of the first websites online!
Current location:
Washington
Destinations visited:
All up and down the West Coast of North America from Cabo San Lucas to Anchorage, Alaska.
Looking to:
This summer I'll be sailing in the San Juan Islands with my girls.

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Posted on October 13, 2009 at 8:29pm 1 Comment

Strong finish this season with my 10 and 12 year old girls. I told them that they had to draw on everything that they'd learned in "all their years at sea" and sail from Deer Harbor to Friday Harbor, WA - I would be on board just to watch.



"Whaaaat?? We can't - "

"You've done everything, at one point or another," I said reassuringly. "Now you just have to put it all together in the right order."



The oldest was surprised how quickly the outboard pull started. They… Continue

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At 4:05pm on February 2, 2010, Dean & Katie Calkins said…
And Happy 2010 to you as well!! Great making new friends on this site! Keep in touch John!
Katie
At 1:04pm on September 10, 2009, Kate said…
Hi Neighbor! I just returned from cruising up in Desolation Sound for 2 weeks with a friend. Wish we had water that warm! Lopez is a tiny Island but I'm always surprised at how many people I still have not met after living here for over a year. ~ Nice work!
At 8:30pm on August 22, 2009, Rebeccaburg said…
Beautiful photos and logo work- you have a real eye! Your photos belong in high end publications, your talents are amazing. Do you have an outlet for your skills? How in the world do you get such shots? I'm a full time cruiser and I don't come across such things that you've photographed, but maybe I just didn't see what was already there!
At 9:30pm on August 18, 2009, LOLA said…
What a great photographer ...My twin daughters were Gymnastic stars....on the beam and bars.

Love the Graphics....
At 9:10pm on August 18, 2009, bobbi said…
John, The gulets were in full color for a gulet regatta in Turkey. I love your graphics! If I ever get a boat of my own I would name her Lady Godiva. I bet you could come up with something interesting for that name!

I have sailed in many places around the world but I have always wanted to sail the San Juans. Its still on my list. What do you sail?
Bobbi
 
 
 

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