I like your photo entry; so simple, so beautiful being out on the water in the calm of a morning sun or evening moon. Wish I could have joined you on your cruise from Abaco to NC. My summer was a 'stay home' and plan for next year,,,,,,,Sail safely and hope to x paths again, soon!
Good Morning Christine,
How's Ft. Lauderdale these days. I sure hope your new book comes out soon. I'm out of reading material. Do you have any authors you would suggest with novels like yours. I really like the ones that use water, island and boats as part of the story. Any great plans for sailing this summer?
Take Care, Bill
Sure I recognize the scene. It's on the north dock, looking out toward the "lighthouse" that's not for navigational purposes and has an annoying strobe flasher instead of a proper beacon. Then again, my boat is on the south dock, facing away from the lighthouse, so what's my problem? Anyway, thanks for stopping by my SeaKnots page. See ya in NYC, perhaps.
I read all your books long before we met here. They are some of my favorites and always have a place on the bookshelves aboard Auspicious. Next to my head are Huck Finn, Sherlock Holmes, Wind in the Willows, Dove, Stranger in a Strange Land, and Bitter End. *grin* A bit eclectic, but it's a small shelf.
I haven't talked you you since Oct and I was wondering if your new book is out. On your pictures is the boat "Circe" yours and if so who builds it. I read where you rearranged your BBQ grill. If it can happen it will on a boat. Looking forward to your new book.
I see you have quite a few books, the more recent ones look like they involve the same character. I'm trying to figure out if there's an order I need to read them in...and figured you of all people would probably know.
I was talking to Franc recently and he suggested that I contact you about how figure out getting to the Bahama. He said you had a blog about it, but I'm not that computer literate.
Loved your pics and am missing my best galpal Queen Olivia, my boat pug. Just competed another passage from NYC to Beaufort, SC and will be heading home to Ft Myers, Fl tomorrow. Then it is work on Cayo Mio to get her relauched with a repaired rudder and bottom so we can move her to the marina where Olivia and I will live for the near term.
I just moved from Boston where I've lived aboard for 6 out of the last 10 years and now I want to figure out how to do the cruising life style. Waterfront property is no long enough.
Congrats on your writing, and I appreciate your success. Look forward to hearing from you.
Hi Christine, I haven't been on this website for quite sometime. It looks like you may have tried to add me as a friend? Not sure. Anyway, I am currently heading south again. Today, I will be in Elizabeth City, NC, maybe for a couple of days as it has been raining all day and apparently is forcast for more of the same for a few more days.
I plan to get to Florida, would like to go to the Seven Seas Sailing Assoc. Gam early in December. My goal is to go to the Bahama's for the winter if at all possible-don't feel comfortable making a definate plan yet. I don't have any destination in mind for now-just south-somewhere in Florida and will probably fly to Boston for Christmas.
Disregard mesage re Chesapeake meant from another one of our memebrs...good for you insolving your "amp" problem. Satisfying, isn;t it? I have a lot of cruising friends who use small HONDA gasoline powered gen sets to make "juice" when needed. Less expensive than main engine hours in the long run. Enjoy...