Milestones

Today is my first day of working remotely! My sole connection to the internet is my Verizon Jetpack 4G wifi hot spot. I’m attached to a mooring ball on the north side of Skagit Island. The southern wind is averaging 14 mph according to weather.com, but there is barely enough wind to make my wind turbine hum on this weather shore. Tomorrow’s winds are forecast for 25 mph, so I’ll see just how protected this anchorage is. I’ve been working for Skagit Publishing since the…

Desolation Sound Marine Park

Solace anchored in Desolation Sound Park

The northwest wind was heavy and steady at 15 to 20 knots. It had been like that for three days with no end in the forecast. My engine appeared to be running well, so I shoved off the dock and carefully dodged the other boats transiting the Lund Marina. As I rounded the most northern point of mainland before Desolation Sound Marine Park, my engine began to sputter. I throttled down to just above idle, hoping I could limp in. No dice. With a half…

TIME WARPS–Mid-week sailing

Time warps do exist!  Or maybe the water is a parallel universe.  Whatever the explanation, a few hours on the water sailing and I feel like I have been out for days Dawn breaks clear and sunny with a light breeze. The birds are up and singing, the coffee smells so very good, and the first thought is “Man! I wish I could be on the boat right now”. I have to willfully resist this urge, must get dressed for work, it’s okay; only ten hours…

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