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“Do You Even Sail?”

“Do You Even Sail?”

If you have recently followed our blog or YouTube channel during the mass influx of new subscribers, you are probably thinking all we ever do is boat projects, and I totally get it! It definitely seems and feels like that is the case here, however…

Boatel California

Boatel California

The cool sea breeze playfully wraps around my sunkissed skin as I basque in the warm afternoon light. Gently swaying from the comfort of our foredeck hammock… then reality hit

Sierra Sue Hushaw, Asleep in Our Hearts

Sierra Sue Hushaw, Asleep in Our Hearts

I wonder if it will be raining… should I pack a dress? Does this outfit go together? is black too cliche? As I attempted to piece together outfits to shove into my duffle bag I asked myself what I wanted to be wearing when I said goodbye to my best friend….

Operation: Haul Out

Operation: Haul Out

I feel like after our New Years’ kiss I blinked and when I opened my eyes it was already March 1st- where has the time gone? January was spent settling into our new slip and getting ready for our latest project(s) while February was a huge project in itself…

Hello,​ Roaring 20s!

Hello,​ Roaring 20s!

As I sit here attempting to encapsulate everything that happened over the span of 12 months, I feel like time passed by in a blink. I have spent the last weeks of 2019 and the beginning of 2020 trying to write this very blog. Usually, I am inspired by recent events and can not wait to pour my thoughts out onto the screen, but for some reason….

Destination: Staycation

Destination: Staycation

Every once in a while it is nice to have a change of scenery, which is one of the many alluring things of sailboat life.

​Bad Days in Paradise

​Bad Days in Paradise

Mercury must have been in retrograde because NOTHING was going our way and we just had to roll with the punches, even despite almost losing a finger…

Potatoes, Scorpions and Sailing Oh My!

Potatoes, Scorpions and Sailing Oh My!

The air was wet, and heavy wrapping around us like a hug while we set our course for our first voyage of the summer to Santa Cruz Island. At 2:30 am the fog was thick and our visibility coming through the harbor channel was about 100 yards, yet I had a gut feeling it would disappear when we cleared the breakwater; lucky for us I was right…..

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