Greetings from Annapolis, MD: in mid-August, most sailors would’ve stayed in Newport.
One of the most challenging aspects of being a writer, especially in today’s world, is that we must wear at least three hats.
It’s been a busy year since “Oliver’s Surprise” went to press.
“…If you ever get annoyed, look at me I’m self-employed. I love to work at nothing all day.”
Canvas work can be a nice change of pace.
When I formally retired from Olympic sailing (and most importantly, sold my two Ynglings), Paul and I took ownership of a 1938 Herreshoff Marlin. At just over twenty feet long, “Matsya” (Sanskrit for “God of the Fishes”) is big enough to take a few friends
“Which do you like better, sailing or writing?”