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A love of all things maritime

My grandmother, on my mother’s side of the family, always loved the ocean and maritime history. Sailboats and tall ships, as well as lighthouses, made up the common decor theme in her house. 304 more words


Upcoming Marina del Rey 50th Birthday Bash, April 10-12, 2015: FIreworks, Tall Ships and Three Dog Night Concert

This will be big fun! Come on your feet, your bike, your boat, the Water Bus or car.  Bring the family. Food trucks will be on hand everyday, but you can also bring your own picnic. 69 more words

Marina Del Rey/Venice Events

Nobody cares that it's called a 'poop deck'.

If you’ve read any of my recent posts, you are aware that I’m having an epic and very public fight with chapter 10. I’ve drafted it twice and was getting ready to rewrite it for a third time before I handed it over to my wife. 506 more words

Novel Writing

Tall ship angles

I had a chance to board and tour a tall ship docked at St. Marys, GA earlier this year. I enjoyed the tour and took several photos of interesting subjects and objects onboard the ship. 48 more words


Saturday, March 14, 2015 Amazing Grace

Woke up:               Tenacatita, Mexico

Went to sleep:      Tenacatita, Mexico

Amazing Grace

This morning we motored the dinghy over to a 43’ Leopard Catamaran anchored 30-feet off our stern.  523 more words

Travel Log

Ice Watch

If I were to ask you to climb 75 feet up a rope ladder (the shrouds) on a rocking ship, to stand on some metal bars and cling to a mast in the frigid Antarctic air while keeping lookout for icebergs– what would you say? 374 more words