Boat Life

Living off the Grid| 1 Year || What I Learned

off the grid living

This video goes into what I learned from living off the grid for a year and the fine balance between technology, social needs, and self-sufficiency. Can we be truly self-reliant and still enjoy the objects of the modern world?  

After We Arrived In Guyana

Guyana jungle

  When we sailed into the Demerara river of Guyana, it was with a broken rudder. Trying to dock using our makeshift rope system just barely worked. We were told to anchor “over there.” A customs agent motored over and…
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Remembering Our Voyage to Guyana

I was looking through some of our archived material and found a whole subject that really didn’t get as much attention as it deserved, namely our Voyage to Guyana. The 1000 Days Non-stop at Sea voyage was epic and can…
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Circle in the Wood Sculpture

Now as our little adventure family cares for my old dad, my old sculptures keep us connected to the wild environments we have lived and sailed in. More pieces of wood that have had meaning throughout my life stand nearby…
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My Burning Masts Tops Called Me

schooner anne masts

When I decided that my two old masts had too much rot to be repaired, David, the owner of the crane yard that pulled them out said that he liked working with wood and asked if he could have them….
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The Making of New Masts

This summer Reid went to check out the Schooner Anne and found out that she had some rot in her masts. The mast tops had been repaired in Guyana just four years ago, but they needed work again. When the…
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