I apologize for the delay in blog editions. I am lazy about contributing because Joey does most of the writing. It was something he enjoyed doing when there was something to write about. And that was the problem. On August
I have been conditioned to despise these three words. THINK, SHOULD, PROBABLY. Why you ask !! Well, sailing, primarily the navigation and docking part of it, requires a high degree of attention to detail. Not at the level of a
OK. It’s time I started contributing to the blog. My son has done an excellent job of describing our day to day travel and related experiences. My entries will be simple and short, day to day (most of the time),
We are finally leaving De Tour Village, MI very early tomorrow morning. While in Canada, our internet and cellular connections will be nonexistent for close to a week. However, you may follow us on our location page; as the GPS will
Day 1 ” D – DAY” 6/6/14 Today was D (departure) – Day for us and D – Day for thousands of brave men and women 70 years ago when the Allied Forces invaded the beaches of Normandy, France.
With the majority of the VC-17 removed during the prior day, all that was left to do was patch up the spots where we got a little bit too aggressive with the sanding and removed parts of the epoxy barrier