Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Travels with Faith: "When I sold my house to buy “Faith” it was much more difficult than I had anticipated. For so many years I had dreamed of ‘selling the house and the stuff and sailing off into the sunset’ that I was taken quite by surprise at the emotional distress I suffered when it came right down to the act of giving up my cute little house and most everything I had accumulated in the previous 20 years of living. I had carved myself a very comfortable little niche and, even though I wanted very much to go cruising, it was a niche I felt great trepidation about leaving. Every dream, though, has its price. Since I couldn’t afford both a house and a large cruising boat it was imperative to shake off the chains of dirt living. If I didn’t, I would forever be doomed to the land of “what if…” and “I wish I’d…”"
Saturday, December 11, 2010
from the Marine Graphics vault...: "is a Tayana 37 bluewater cruising sailboat that we plan one day to use as a retirement home. She is a constant source of content for daydreams, hence, the name. Not fancy but descriptive! Im sure your boat is source material for your daydreams and sometimes nightmares too"