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Love Affair Love Affair October 2022  'That is the wonkiest paddle I have ever seen.'  This from a fellow yachtie who had tried in desperation to catch me in an electrically powered skiff. He had seen me headed downstream as he headed up. Figuring for a gam (nautical...

Kai Nani Kai Nani October 2022 I know her every mood. Her subtle quirks and not so subtle foibles. Her strengths and oh so very few weaknesses. For the past six months, she has been my confidant and sounding board, and she has never let me down.I have...

Hey Bert! October 3, 2022   Hey Bert! You did it. You actually, really, truly did it.  Let that sink in for just a second. The enormity of it. The sheer, unadulterated, mind-numbing enormity of it. The portaging. The paddling. The inhuman suffering piled upon the fatigue piled upon the...

Lasts Lasts September 27, 2022 A determined, malevolent wind pushed me off the Baie 7km or so west of Maisonnette. Despite an early start and the forecasted promise of an offshore wind, I simply could not push any farther than Grand Anse. Any thoughts that I might be...

Pointing Points Pointing Points September 26, 2022 Leaving Pokeshaw, I paddled in the partial lee of low cliffs that would eventually give way to beach. Eventually, and soon enough, I wouldbe paddling against a breeze that would likely force me ashore.This stretch of coast would be the last...