Even since I came across the youtube video of the family who lost the rudder on their boat in December 2016 in the Atlantic, I’ve followed their blog off and on. I’ve tried to digest their ability to continue life after the adversity of losing the boat, because these skills have kept their family together and vibrant. Yes, they’ve continued and seem to be thriving. Some will say it’s because they obviously have a lot of money,,,,but I’m going to be careful in those comments, because I don’t know if they do or not,,,,or if they’re just doing the best they can. I’m not sure I would or could get back on a boat quickly like this family has or if I would be nervous bad things would continue to happen. However, I know I would have to eventually get back on a boat, I would miss it too much. I like this blog post; as the family has done what they wanted by unplugging and continuing to thrive despite an adventure. Good for them!
If you like their post, please consider following their blog, if you like ours,,,,please keep following or consider following.
Here’s the original story I wrote on them:
and here’s a look at a much larger version of their boat:
Here’s their post, reblogged:
I was fighting my phone today, it has never been the same since it was rescued in the life raft but recently it has definitely died. I was trying desperately to airdrop pictures and in a brief moment of life, more than it’s shown in weeks it worked and I got to have a little […]