Thank you all for the input.
"young, strong mate" huh?
Not my "cup" of tea.
Seriously, I've thought about this variant. However for me sailing is solitude. Have a couple of friends who sail, but none of them seams to be eager to sail in time which works for me. I am almost sure that they don't want to be the last person seeing me alive.
(at least on my boat) require a lot of power, specially furling genoa
in strong winds. And additional stress when things go south weather-wise. Perhaps I would purchase
and try some sort of powered winch
handle, advertised lately in the sailing press?
We all know that often situation on the boat evolves so rapidly, that there is no time to work slow.
In my age and recent development you are "forced" to thing about "the exit", and definitely I reader die on the boat than be ridden to the bed
, waiting in pain and agony.
Definitely I am not ready for it, not yet. World is to beautiful and I din't see much of it.
crossed my mind (da stinker
Definitely I would look more in to the trawler
thing, yesterday I've mentioned that option to my lovely wife and she jumped to the idea.
After further discussion (when she mention our relatives leaving in Arizona) it appeared that she heard "trailer", not "trawler".
With the doctor things are little dicey. They are more concerned with the legal
aspect of any advice than honest opinion.
That sort decision must be solely mine. Still looking for that "old doc", who still can tell you strait in the eyes without hiding behind legal
fence. Had one but he retired and leaving somewhere in Florida
Well, first thing first...
Waiting for the day when my boat would float again (Michigan
) and will take baby steps.
Back in my old country we have saying - God hand protects drunk and stupid.
I don't drink, at least not to the point when need God's hand