Monthly Archives: September 2014

Cat Calls and Summer Squalls

Part I Captain Jack here… It’s been noted on our blog before or should I say Nicole, my wife wrote before, that our CSY 44 cutter rigged sloop Kitty Hawk, was the perfect size boat for a family of four. … Continue reading

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Land Cruising

We recently made a somewhat unplanned trip to Southern IL for the passing of my grandmother, Daphne Morgan. She was 94, lived a long and exemplary life and is someone I always strive to be like in her love for … Continue reading

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Ensenada, Baja California: Summer of projects

There’s a cliche saying among sailors that “cruising is doing boat work in exotic places”, um … yep.  We often remember a location by the specific projects we did there.  We’ve had a busy and fun few months in Ensenada … Continue reading

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