Return to Huatulco

I could call this, Mexico Just Works, at least this part. As international trips of 3,000+ miles go, this was by far one of the easiest ever! 13 hours after wake-up at oh-dark-thirty, I was being dropped off at my hotel in Huatulco. Hotel Balcon Gueela turned out to be a really nice, comfortable placeContinue reading “Return to Huatulco”

PassageMaker versus Aviation Week

Should be a no brainer.  AW was my old life; PM my new one.  I love reading about boats, cruising in boats, living on boats and of course, crossing oceans on small boats. Now, this article in PM about another Kadey Krogen 42 is a great story. http://www.passagemaker.com/articles/cruiser-reviews/refit/moveable-feast-a-restored-kadey-krogen-with-a-culinary-core/ This boat, in the above article, wasContinue reading “PassageMaker versus Aviation Week”

The Power of Persistence

Yes, while it certainly takes persistence to cross an ocean, I’m referring to a difference type of persistence, persistence as it relates to weather forecast skill. Reading this article this morning from the April 17, 2015 edition of Science News, I thought it would illustrate the impact persistence has on a weather forecast. Onshore hurricanes inContinue reading “The Power of Persistence”

Science News & the Miami Boat Show

How are they related? https://www.sciencenews.org/ Julie recently sent the following email to her science teachers: Hi science team,  I just spent 45 minute reading new discoveries about the following:  How sleep “flushes” out the brain New research in progenia, a disease that prematurely ages children  How molecules in 1% of our exhaled breath can diagnoseContinue reading “Science News & the Miami Boat Show”