We are well aware that other people are into the idea of these adventures, and I’ve got quite few friends that say they want to go on them, but it’s just a little more complicated than that. First, almost no one can take the time off, and then it’s a money thing too.
I never give myself enough time. I think I learn my lesson and try to plan ahead, but some things just never get fully finished no matter how much time I get. The boat came along just fine and with a few final touches all that was left was to buy our rope and rig up the mast and the
It’s one thing to build a boat to go float around on a lake, but when we were building ours, we constantly thought about it’s weaknesses and whether this thing was fit to be the cradle that would keep us safe in that unforgiving tyrant called the Pacific Ocean. It was goi
All pictures in this post are by Erin Feinblatt www.erinfeinblatt.com It’s hard to say when exactly the big decisions were made about how we would go about tackling the 900 or so miles from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas. We both read this book called We Survived Yesterday about f
If there were two things that made this past winter different it would be first, that New York got pounded by the kind of weather that I hate, cold and relentless, and second, that I escaped a couple times and lived a few weeks in California building this boat. This isn’t about