On a Boat, Planning Food Requires Thinking a Little Differently Usually when we talk about meal planning, cooking, and kitchens we’re thinking in terms of the standard three square meals and how to serve them to our families in pleasurable surroundings. Planning boat food requires a few small tweaks. Aboard a boat it’s often more […]
Maybe all is not lost when shipping containers go overboard. Fascinating video of a lost container, subject of a study by Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute.
This is how our Freedom 30/32, Sunshine II (soon to be just Sunshine) looked when we arrived in Hingham. This is how she looks now. To get this far required repairing the cracked keel, fairing the keel, scraping off the old bottom paint, sanding the bottom, applying new anti-fouling paint, dropping the rudder, repairing the […]
I’ve just returned from the scene of a conundrum. A few days ago a Whidbey visitor left a comment here on Tidal Life about a section of dock that had floated up and lodged on a local beach. They asked for my help finding the correct agency to remove it. While I was flattered to […]