Author: Paul

Mold \ mōld \

According to Merriam-Webster, mold is “a superficial often woolly growth produced especially on damp or decaying organic matter or on living organisms by a fungus” According to sailors, mold is as synonymous with boating as is fun and adventure. Because boats are in the water almost all the time, and very near water when hauled out for maintenance or storage,… Read more →

One Bad Apple…

We have been meaning to get some solar power on the RK for some time now. When we were in Ft. Lauderdale in February of 2019, we stopped into a marine solar establishment that was recommended to us by our friends Mark and Cindy on S/V Cream Puff. We were interested in semi-flexible panels that can be placed on our… Read more →

Southern Hospitality

Anna Marie and I had a wonderful time exploring the Chesapeake, but it was getting cold and time to start moving south. We sailed down to Hampton, VA where we booked a Marina for a couple weeks. It had been some time since we had been in a marina and the ‘todo’ list needed tending to. Even though Hampton, VA… Read more →