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1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 Refit: Throne Dias Install

The v-berth head is finally coming together. The cabinet and wall panels are installed and the ceiling panels are faired and ready for installation. Next I need to install the “throne” dais and a little filler panel, then cut the exterior wall panels leaving a hole for the door. 363 more words


"You can't understand a city without using its public transportation system"

Bangkok has a lot of public transportation options: BTS or Skytrain, MRT or subway, buses, ferries and various commuter trains. I spent the majority of my commuting time on the Skytrain, which was my primary way to get to and from campus. 491 more words

Travel Log

A visit to IBTC in Oulton Broad | Suffolk Magazine | Feature

The May edition of Suffolk Magazine features my recent photostory on IBTC in Oulton Broad

A wonderful rural boat building college that is truly worth a visit, if only to watch the craftsmen at work on some truly beautiful wooden boats. 32 more words


Peggy's Cove

We knew about the lighthouse at Peggy’s Cove, of course, but I didn’t expect to also find such a cute town. I kind of fell in love with it. 117 more words


Repost of Dream Come True

It’s almost been a year and it’s getting close to moving time—very busy—not enough hours to do it all. So I thought I’d repeat this post from May 27, 2015 about how we got the Lakehouse. 874 more words


Midweek Moment #39: When home is two places

I’m fascinated by the notion that for many, home can be two places. Your ‘heart’ can live on two sides of the continent, state or world. 365 more words


Airbnb making waves in San Diego

More people are starting to put their boats and yachts up as short-term rentals on Airbnb. This additional rental option could advance boating access in the area and make boat ownership less expensive. 700 more words

Spring 2016