As perverse and absurd as it may seem, this is why we sail. Moments like these light our fire. Living with Nature. Feeling her raw power. Being reminded how insignificant we are in the grand scheme of things.
Things are coming together aboard Nahoa! This refit has taken 3x longer than we had predicted but we are particularly stoked about this upgrade:
It’s a bit crazy over here. Every single second is going into getting Nahoa ready to splash. From sunrise to well past sunset we spend our days in the boatyard. A short glimpse of the many projects:
We are packing and getting ready to take that momentous flight to Thailand. Next time you’ll hear from us will be from Quarantine. Ben, Ash, Willa.
This is the last of the tiny boat videos. We are all caught up and whatever comes next is real-time. We’re not sure yet what it’ll be. Stay tuned!
We used to be full-on, chainsaw yielding lumberjacks. Miss those days.
This is west coast of Canada. Fog. Logs and rain! Come for a ride in our childhood stomping grounds.
We’re trying to be a bit more honest. More real. It’s a fine balance between complaining and talking about real issues that normally get swept under the rug. Let us know if this is too much. Promise not every episode will be like this!
A little early for Halloween but…. BOO!
New Video is up and we’re back on the Micro Yacht. Follow along as we cruise north with this tiny boat for the next couple months.
This 1972 Trailer is Our other Home.https://youtu.be/vsnTApD9sSg
How we frame any situation is so important. With Change comes new Opportunities. They’re literally everywhere!
How small do You think you can go? Can you do 22 feet? If not, what’s the minimum?