Throwback Monday

I spent quite a lot of time here in Georgetown in the mid-’90s.  Many people will comment to me on how much things must have changed.  But the funny thing is 20 years on, Georgetown still has that distinct feel.  It still attracts hundreds of boats each season.  There is still the Cruising Regatta each year.  There is still a …

An Escalating Timeout

So yesterday Gavin got thrown off the boat as a parenting last resort.  Sounds terrible I know, but before you judge let me explain…. Like everything living on a boat requires adapting all aspects of life including parenting.  Gavin (5) had been bullying his younger brother about what to eat for lunch.  Miles wanted a grilled cheese and Gavin wanted …

Cruising 101

In between all the social activities that Georgetown has to offer, we try to carve out time each day for Cruising 101.  Between yoga, volleyball, play dates and other social activities, we seem to be pretty busy.  However, our goal for February is to make sure we learn everything we need to know about the boat and cruising.  My parents leave at the …

Settling In

The days seem to melt away and already we have been here for a week and it is time for a blog update.  So far, the adjustment to living aboard has been really smooth.  The kids have adapted really well to the change and already look and act like cruising kids.  It is obviously an adjustment moving from a 2,500 …