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P is for Paint

The sea is a harsh environment and most things on a boat, if they’re not stainless steel or aluminum, need to be coated in some fashion. 654 more words


Grab a Kayak and a Paddle

River Ventures has stopped transporting visitors as the Manatee Watch comes to an end. Next week, a manatee paradise at Three Sisters Springs, where friendly interpreters usually met with visitors on the boardwalk for a self- guided tour, closes for the season. 359 more words

Travel And Outdoors

O is for Oars

Most folks who have been on the water, even in a jon boat, have rowed. Those big wooden things that the summer camp counselor gave you (along with the life vest designed by the Boston Strangler) that had splinters on the handles and seemed entirely too heavy are called oars. 568 more words


TR: Peru Trip 2015 Pt. 6 – Study In Contrasts: Lima, Callao, & Islas Palomino (3/12-13/2015)

Stuffing our faces with all the free food that would fit in them seemed like a good idea before we returned to Cusco airport. We were again following the directions of LAN Peru and their request to arrive 2 hours prior to departure. 2,602 more words

Shopping Malls

DIY Advice Blog

We are seriously considering buying an industrial sewing machine and doing some projects ourselves. In researching what to buy we asked some of our fellow boaters and so far the machine of choice is the Sailrite. 86 more words

BC Coast

6:30 AM Rainbow by HeidiMedina

Morning rainbows at Granby lake
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