Summer’s joys are the same year to year, though the specific challenges vary.
Like sailing, books allow us to dive into a completely different world.
This morning, paddling out into a very foggy harbor, I was reminded of the comparison between writing and navigation. In either case, as long as you know where you are and can see what’s just in front of you, you can feel your way, step
A calm water stand up paddle is my favorite way to start the day.
Seeing the horizon frees my mind to make leaps and connections that would seem much too far-fetched anywhere else.
Here’s another way to gain a new perspective and increased flexibility on your SUP this summer.
Recently, Paul and I have been embarking on weekly “adventures.” (These have been the basis for the “Where am I” photos on Facebook.) Our definition of “adventure” is quite loose; basically it means getting outside and going to a place we’ve never been before, preferably somewhere that allows us to
Dear Boating: It’s complicated.
Here’s an unusual cure for the winter blahs.
What I wear for winter SUP