Wings of the Morning is an even better bargain! Old Price – $27,500 New – $22,500 We have other adventures calling to us and she needs new adventures herself. Come take a look, tell a friend, heck… if you or someone else is looking for an inexpensive place to live in the PNW (Seattle/Tacoma), moorage … More A Better Bargain!
Greetings Readers! Perhaps you follow us and you just got a notification of a new post. Perhaps you have us bookmarked and you check on us from time to time. Perhaps you followed a series of links from YachtWorld while pursuing our “Wings of the Morning”. In any case, thank you for your interest! We … More Driving and in Pursuit!
Another post with “Time” in the title, I know… but honestly, time goes by out here quickly and yet without any daily markers that indicate which day it is. My sister was right in saying; there are no schedules to meet and because of that it’s easy to lose track of the days. The day we came … More As Time Goes By
My sister, Diana flew up from San Diego where she lives in an arid burg somewhere around the 2000′ mark. She and I grew up in Oregon near the coast and she has a deep appreciation for the PNW so I knew she would enjoy our cool weather and love the life at sea. I … More A Wrinkle in Time
After a week of very little internet signal you’d think I’d have a lineup of posts just waiting to introduce. But no… it gave me an excuse to take a break! We spent 3 days on Stuart Island in Reid Harbor, a nice protected inlet with beautiful blue-green water and wonderful backdrops for pictures of … More A Week without Internet
Our son, his wife and 11-month grandson came to visit for a couple of days. We met in Port Townsend the nearest cute place with easy access to SeaTac Airport and beautiful scenery. We crammed as much as possible in those 2 days and they fell in love with the PNW and I’m almost convinced … More Seeing Familiar Places Through New Eyes
Last week we tired of being near a town where the appeal to go ashore and part with our $$ happens all too easily so we moved. Kilisut Harbor is directly across from PT and offers a lot of protection from the winds. Mystery Bay SP was at the back of this harbor with lots of … More Kilisut Harbor
“Honey, I think I’ll make coffee-cake for breakfast.” Eyes light up and… “I will love you forever”! Truly, I meant it. I really wanted to make coffee-cake but every recipe from Google looked delicious and seemed difficult. I was beginning to regret my generous offer but who can resist being loved for a lifetime! Last … More On Food, Food Storage and Cooking
After trying to decide where to spend Memorial Day weekend with the hoards of people out on their boats for the first time since last summer, we settled on Poulsbo. We really wanted to get further north but there was a bit of a blow forecasted for the weekend so we opted for this little protected … More Poulsbo and Beyond
It has been a week and 2 days since we left our Marina. We spent the first night at Dockton County Park in Quartermaster Harbor, not far from our home port. With not much daylight left we decided to slip the dock lines and get outta dodge! The morning we woke in Dockton we discovered we … More Dockton to Illahee SP