Make sure to click the link to see the HelmMistress’s Front Page Article in WaterborneMag.com about cruising with large breed dogs!
Happy New Year….Thank you for following our adventures, keep following your dreams.
The HelmsMistress wanted this out Weds, but I didn’t get to it.
Our 3rd crossing of the Sea of Cortez, but every crossing must be respected and prepared for. While we’ve done it before, there’s new challenges EVERY time.
After two months of solid boat work, we bid goodbye to La Paz, BCS MX once more.
So there’s a few readers who do wonder how the heck we have a Great Dane on a boat, so the HelmsMistress wanted to address that topic in today’s post.
Tales of the vagabond family while Tulum V undergoes surgery.
A year ago yesterday, we left San Diego and civilization as we knew it. We had downsized to living aboard the boat at the time, but had all the modern day conveniences that in hind sight, we took for granted: power, WIFI, endless options for food and clothing, water, trash disposal, being able to communicate […]
Time to play catch-up. Rather than write about haul-out and repairs (that will undoubtedly show up in a future post), we thought we’d roll back the clock to pre-COVID times and write about a side road trip that we highly recommend as a break from the coastline. (Story and Photos are Pre-Covid)
Have you ever wondered what kind of cruising or sailing experiences were lost during COVID-19. Read on while one current cruising sailor and writer explains her perspective.