Category Archives: Sailing Tales

Moved to Richmond

Well, deadlines are wonderful things but they don’t often work. So, instead of heading to Mexico, we’ve moved the boat to Marina Bay in Ricihmond, CA. The trip down the San Jauquin was cold and lovely, and we can now see the Golden Gate–we’re almost outside!We’ll try to get picutres Read more →

Views from aloft

While Jason was up the mast helping his dad put on the new sail track, he took some great photos of the Delta area–and one of himself squinting so he looks like CA Gov. Arnold–just better looking.

Photos: DC, Sleepy Creek, Delta Bay

This is DC by night. Michael took it (he takes most of them) in December of 2004 when we spent Christmas with my mother.The view from our home at Sleepy Creek in North Carolina.This and the next two were taken from the cockpit of Sea Venture December 2005 as she Read more →

Sunrise on the Sea of Cortez

These were taken after a night of heaving to so we could enter La Paz by daylight. As you can see, the water’s still a little fiesty. It got downright nasty during the night, and I was awfully glad we only had the mizzen and backed working jib, which kept Read more →

Sea Venture at Stillwater Cove

Sea Venture at Still Water Cove near Pebble Beach Golf Course on her way to the CA Delta.