Oh how spoiled we are with Amazon! Another convenient luxury to say goodbye to when cruising. When we were tied to a dock with a fixed address, Amazon and eBay make it so easy to get what you need. When
A while back, we answered a post (Cruisers Forum) from Livia Gilstrap regarding her Interview with a Cruiser project. We thought it was a great idea to participate and share our insights to her “Newly Salted” questions as
Getting to where you want to go, cruising on a sailboat, is mostly about weather. As I write this, SV Take Me There is sitting in West Palm Beach (Lake Worth) Florida waiting for the right conditions to cross the
‘T,was the night before Christmas, when all through Lake Worth, A pleasant calm had fallen as dusk hugged our berth.
We put up the dinghy and reflected on our day; As inconsiderate power-boaters showed us their wakes.
We are just two weeks away from embarking upon our Caribbean adventure! We’ve spent the last few weeks ashore at our new home in Florida tying up loose ends; getting the new house straight (home projects); Christmas shopping and visiting
Ever experience one of those pesky problems that you just can’t seem to find the solution for? We kept getting a “positive for coliform” reading on our product water test from our onboard water maker. We solved the problem, but
It’s amazing how dependent our society is on staying connected via the internet. No doubt, it is the most valuable tool society leverages to reach out beyond face to face engagement. A cruising lifestyle means we consider how we will
As I (Steve) write this post, we are snuggled up safely at the Downtown Marina in Beaufort, SC. The wind is howling outside as the predicted cold front has moved through our area with very little rain but the high
David, our Son, deck-hand, photographer, video-grapher and producer, has brought us into the 21st Century and gotten us up on YouTube. We have an SV Take Me There Sailing channel! The link to reach it is found on our main web page just below the introductory photo of our boat