Monthly Archives: September 2015

Japanese Memorial – Terminal Island – Jesuits – Dominicans

Today on our way to the USCG Base on Terminal Island, to obtain our Retired ID cards we stopped to view the Japanese Memorial. For some reason, the older one gets, the more interesting history becomes.  The one thing to … Continue reading

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Cruising World Story – Top 10 Ways You’ll Enjoy Cruising

http://www.cruisingworld.com/top-10-ways-ensure-youll-enjoy-cruising Story By Brittany & Scott on s/v Rasmus Great story and right on point in many ways.   Must reading for my First Mate!  

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Western Flyer – Voyage of Exploration – Copper Canyon

http://www.clubcruceros.net/Blog/CopperCanyon.html Above is my first resource found thus far on Mexico’s Copper Canyon.  Even though we are still (just over three weeks from departure) my search continues on places to hike or explore, as we use La Paz as our … Continue reading

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Baja haha Cruising Dream

“There is no such thing as a new idea. It is impossible. We simply take a lot of old ideas and put them into a sort of mental kaleidoscope. We give them a turn and they make new and curious … Continue reading

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Marina Walk Project – Los Angeles Marketplace

Marina Walk Project – What I call my marina walk project is anytime I get any opportunity to step off the boat and explore the surrounding area, no matter how close, no matter how far. Today, the First Mate and … Continue reading

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The Taco

I usually don’t know what day of the week it is except, that while living on land, I always knew that Wednesday was garbage day. Enter the taco and Taco Tuesday. This is my second week of hanging around San … Continue reading

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Wounded Warrior Sailing Week – Fiddler’s Cove, Coronado Island

The Life of Sailing – Either not enough wind or too much wind; unlike yesterday today, we encountered a good rain squall as well. The boats are ready, the instructors are ready, and the wounded warrior sailers (warriorsailing.org) have just … Continue reading

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A Day at the Jet Ski Races

A Day at the Jet Ski Races Yes, little Timmy they do race them, and today thirty Jet Ski racers raced from near the breakwater opening at Dana Point to Oceanside and back.  Outside of the public seeing a bunch … Continue reading

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Always something to do on a boat or where does the day go?

For those of you reading this and not in the US of A let me just say that we are experiencing a little heat wave but, fortunately for an air conditioned cabin onboard the Western Flyer I am sleeping like … Continue reading

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The Mexican TIP

“I can’t move forward on this stupid form without those engine numbers” The First Mate in her due diligence, and with the additional duties as the Logistics Officer aboard the Western Flyer is now attempting to fill out the infamous … Continue reading

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