Monthly Archives: March 2014

The winds of change

Change can be a beautiful and, at times, unsettling experience. With each finished project marked off our list and each pre-voyage milestone traversed, I feel the winds of change grow a bit stronger. Today, was somewhat of a landmark day. I’ve spent the last two years teaching undergraduate students at a local university, a second […]
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Nice racks

Being just over six months away from the big day, we are inundated with lists of things to be done, supplies and equipment to be purchased, and loose ends to be tied. We try to tackle a couple of things each week, so that we can see progress toard our goal and keep the feelings […]
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Waffles. Mmmm…waffles

Sunday morning, we awoke to rain. I’m not talking misty, shvitzy, stereotypical Seattle springtime rain. It was really raining. On cold, dreary mornings, we tend to crave a hearty, stick-to-your-ribs breakfast. So, I decided to make waffles. Yup, waffles. Waffles aboard our boat. And they were damn tasty. In hopes that we would not find […]
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