Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Cruising Outfitting Has Begun!

Watching our friends Nancy and Rob take off in Shindig for their world cruising adventure last weekend inspired us to get moving on getting Cool Change ready! So, October 1st or not, we have started buying for our long term … Continue reading

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An Update as of September 7, 2012

I haven’t posted here for a while and thought it might be a good idea to mention why. ┬áThe weekend after our passing Skipper, we spent two weekends and the week in between, out on a private whitewater wilderness trip … Continue reading

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Rick and Cindy each pass CPM “Skipper!” July 13-15, 2012

In our ongoing sailing education, the next step in the US Sailing Coastal Passage Making certification process through Club Nautique was for each of us to be the student skipper of different vessels, with crew randomly assigned to us from … Continue reading

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