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  1. Christmas shutdown is a wonderful thing

    Making good progress now - and the hard, scary, parts are done so I should be able to find time in the evenings to work on the boat rather than hiding from it.
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  2. Canadia, here we come!

    We had heard about this place called Campobello Island. A somewhat land locked piece of Canada, similar to Point Roberts, Washington, that is easiest to get to via driving through Maine rather than taking a boat from Canada. We were told there was a light house at the end of the small Island that can be toured, but only at low tide when the sand spit isnít awash with water. As low tide was at 10am the next morning we thought we were lined up perfectly to head out to Campobello after driving the ...
  3. Acadia National Park


    As soon as we set everything up at camp we headed back out and down the road to the Ship Harbor hike. We took a stroll out to the point and back as the fog kept rolling across the land in waves as it had been doing all day. We followed this hike with a short drive down the road and a walk out to the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse where we had an enjoyable talk with the lighthouse host about our trip, both ...
  4. Selling Libra and Camping begins!

    Sunday morning we began unpacking the boat, emptying the holds and getting things organized to throw them in the Huntersí Land Rover and up to the cottage weíd be staying in all week. Our sale agreement of Libra came with a clause that we would hang out for a week and do our best to teach the new owners (with no previous sailing experience) how to operate the boat, going over all the systems with them. My goal was to get them to the point that they would be comfortable getting out to the boat, ...
  5. South Bristol to Rockport



    Once again itís been a few weeks since Iíve put anything down and there is so much to share and remember - Iím having trouble getting started, but here goes! We left the Kellyís and headed out the Damariscotta River but instead of heading all the way out the mouth we hooked a left at South Bristol and went through The Gut. Itís a bit shallow at the bridge but we had a few feet under the keel as ...
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