Thanks for the comment about the used bookstore in New Bern. I've been having a tough time writing this morning so I just took the trash ashore, drained the dog, and came back to your comment. Now I'm rarin' to get to work.
Well ...you end up having to make more money to fill the travel kitty ..or did you decide to sail on? (which would be the natural temptation of course). Either way ..im sure life is getting more and more interesting by the day ...
Sounds like a pretty sound plan to me ...sometimes one just has to bite the bullet and hunker down to make a lil cash flow until the till is right again. Good luck on that ..and keep us posted when you hit the dusty trail again !
Indeed Shell Island is ! There isnt much to "sail to" in or around Lake Sabine, so one of our annual boat outings for the club takes us up to Shell Island ....usually in the Fall & Winter months ,,,one thing though ....when night falls there ...one best have the mosquito netting up and ready or have the hatches battened!
Awesome name for your boat! Big daddy ...you are truly living the dream that only most of us have to keep on hold until we can finally give up and jump off the merry go round! Keep the sails in the air and full of wind and im sure you will always have a new story to tell as the days & miles of water gently pass beneath your hull. Happy Sailing & if you are ever near Lake Sabine ..seagoers are always welcome to visit the Port Arthur Yacht Club!
Hey John! Alan got me to come over here! Nice to see you getting around to so many places! I'm sure life is good for you! I am boat shopping. Looking for a liveaboard but need something that can take the skinny water here in FL. Haven't found it yet, but I'm sure it's out there. Take care.
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New to the group, going through the posts, I have come upon this thread. I was considering tinting my windows of my Beneteau 43 with a darker tint, but I really like your idea. So I will copy with…"