Desolation Sound has been a part of my summers since I was a little girl. The peaks and winding inlets are familiar, often triggering old memories. Like leaping from our little sailboat on a smoking hot summer day, or collecting mussels off the cliffs on the way to Walsh Cove. Desolation is classic., Read More
Ever wonder what the view looks like from the tallest mast in Spruce Harbour Marina? Pretty nice!
The munchkin is on the move! The lee cloth has been installed on her bed, turning it into a safe place to play!
I found this excerpt titled “Boat Life” and thought I would share it. A little taste of living on an old boat on the river. November 17, 2008 Tonight was a quiet night- the water line did not burst and flood the bilges- there were no wires to short out and melt the bilge, Read More
My shipment from Defender has finally come in! I have been working on a bulk order with Defender.com since the summer. Our order was over $5000 so we qualified for their “outfitting” program where they quote you on your order item by item and then give you a better discount than even their lowest, Read More
The other night I was at the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club (RVYC) and I saw this painting This was hanging on the wall just outside of the main banquet room. Rapid was our very first boat before we totally rebuilt her and renamed her Trickster. She was a great boat to sail as she, Read More
So we thought the silicone to the outside and inside would be enough to stop the water from coming in. Nope. This is one persistent leak! Check out the video- the water is actually forcing its way in, UP through the silicone! Your browser does not support the video tag
Well here it is. Our first post, our third boat. Asunto is our third boat, and by far the largest to date. More about our previous boats in the posts to come. Hopefully this website will become a repository for information about our boat and our sailing. Please check back for more progress.