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Aboard the US s/v CHRYSALIS
Travel Nurse heading South!
Interests: Sailing, Hiking, SCUBA, Canvas Work, Classical Literature, Historical Documents
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Posted Apr 9, 2016 at Sailboat Dog
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Posted Oct 4, 2011 at Sailboat Dog
Simon gets his first look at the mermaids of the deep! Continue reading
Posted Jan 23, 2011 at Sailboat Dog
Thanks Annie, and Thank you Laura. Bear's journey is not over, Karma believes in Bear, even if Bear hasn't heard of karma yet...:)
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2011 on Cold & Lonely at Sailboat Dog
Joey offers Bear a chance at a new life. Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2011 at Sailboat Dog
Bear learns about Prejudice and Cruelty Continue reading
Posted Jan 11, 2011 at Sailboat Dog
After Bear's humiliation at the hands of Jean-Pierre, Bradley steps in to plot a little PAYBACK. Continue reading
Posted Dec 14, 2010 at Sailboat Dog
Why is it that I need 5000 sq feet of suburban house to live with you on land and only 32 feet LOA to live with you on water?.... This Comment is addrerssed to everyone. Its just me musing... but I was Just Wondering.... Why does it take 5000 sq feet of suburban home to live with you on land and only 32' LOA to live with you on the water? Why is the food more delicious, the wine more intoxicating, and the glances more sensual? Is it the simplicity that allows us to once again feel like those first days when we were preoccupied with only each other? Why does a V-berth offer more comfort, security and restful sleep than our California King? My mind soars with thoughts of you and I as we drift through dreams of oceans conquered together. The only reality consists of two pennants and a mooring keeping us anchored to this earth.
Toggle Commented Dec 13, 2010 on Found, Free, and Fuming Mad! at Sailboat Dog
Simon tells a story that Joey suspects is a bit "Fishy" Continue reading
Posted Dec 12, 2010 at Sailboat Dog
Raccoon damage discovered! Bear wants revenge. Continue reading
Posted Nov 29, 2010 at Sailboat Dog
We are! We opted to stay with the original Galley-maid oven that uses alcohol! I'm so terrified of propane because my last boat had an LPG explosion aboard before we purchased her. After hiking the Appalachian Trail this year, I became more comfortable with alcohol. So, we are going to give this a go! Tonight, chicken ( instead of turkey) stone crab, and yellowfin Tuna....and of course all the trimmings! I hope you have a fabulous feast as well! THis will be my second fully cooked Thanksgiving aboard, and there is nothing quite like it, especially while living on the hook. I hope we get to meet you sometime, as well. We're leaving the country in a few months, so maybe it will be in some far away port....I can smell the spices from wait! That's dinner! Time to eat! Have a great night, Ray.
Toggle Commented Nov 25, 2010 on Round One: Raccoons! at Sailboat Dog
Happy Thanksgiving to you and to all your family.
Toggle Commented Nov 25, 2010 on Round One: Raccoons! at Sailboat Dog
A brave new Simon dispells the myths surrounding stereotypes. Continue reading
Posted Nov 24, 2010 at Sailboat Dog
Ray, Hi, and thanks for reading the blog. To answer your question, I am on a 32 Endeavor class sloop. Shes an older girl, but I chose her specifically for her heavily laid hull. Im old school, in thinking these early Fiberglass hulls make the best cruisers. This is my first Endeavor and so far I am a big fan. Shes getting some solar panels and a wind gen before departure. I also am going to have to update the electronics a bit. Any suggestions? Are SSB radios still widely used or are Gsat phones taking over? My last cruise was 2004, so I know some of the finer details have changed. The rest of the boat is functional and aesthetically pleasing, though I probably will not spit-shine her, do to the fact that I like to travel under the radar. A really bright shiny boat is just asking to get boarded in lower latitudes... Whats your story? You alluded to some trips south... Whats your berth? Favorite anchorages? Etc... Id love to exchange ideas. :) RNGypsy03 PS I hope youll stay with us here on the blog, and thanks again for posting!
Toggle Commented Nov 24, 2010 on Round One: Raccoons! at Sailboat Dog
The Raccoons attack as Bear finds himself in a tight spot! Continue reading
Posted Nov 23, 2010 at Sailboat Dog
Joey remembers Sam and tells the story of when pirates tried to board the sailboat. Continue reading
Posted Nov 17, 2010 at Sailboat Dog
Following Bradley's advice backfires for Bear. Continue reading
Posted Nov 14, 2010 at Sailboat Dog
Bradley the Jack Russell advises Bear on his Raccoon difficulties. Continue reading
Posted Nov 13, 2010 at Sailboat Dog
Bear overhears the Raccoons plotting! Could Grandma be in danger? Will Bear find a way to protect his new source of real bacon? Continue reading
Posted Nov 12, 2010 at Sailboat Dog
Dear New Jordans, That was very profound, and of course true, although I would add we can also deceive each other. But, those are human problems, and this pack of canines, fortunately, do not have to worry about these things. :). They live in the moment, accepting each new thing as it is presented. They may not like the new thing, but they do deal with it in the here and now. A respectable quality. RNGypsy03
Toggle Commented Nov 12, 2010 on Bear Adjusts to Grandma's House at Sailboat Dog
A nearby sandbar, proves to be the ideal water-park for dogs! Continue reading
Posted Nov 11, 2010 at Sailboat Dog
A nearby sandbar, proves to be the ideal water-park for dogs! Continue reading
Posted Nov 10, 2010 at Sailboat Dog
Simon and Joey hang out at Dog Beach. Continue reading
Posted Nov 9, 2010 at Sailboat Dog
Simon brags about his dinghy skills. Continue reading
Posted Nov 7, 2010 at Sailboat Dog