well we sail our self, that is another plan on the table to sail to Guatemala
where Pat Rains I think is name + her husband are experienced captains, he reposts pacific side + she does gulf. I don't have notes in front of me but I think that is the spelling.
we will be on a one trip for our life as networkers sharing solutions, so we ill either consider building a sailing scowl or sailing tygy their, + last year when I checked a trucker would put you on for 500$ or so, not even have to take the mast
down + drive you to the gulf. so details have to be updated if we consider at that time. also I heard other does also near panama
+ then yes panama
is expensive. so beyond our budget
if we want to pursue our exchange for humanity + all life that supports us.
but watch that tehuantepac + papagayo, i'm spelling it wrong. supposedly better weather
reporting then when we got snockered for 7 days + 7 nights non stop in a 42` wharram
catamarand we built.
supposedly you have a foot on shore or way off. we where 450 miles off, as we would see fishing
boats windows get blown out, tri behind us with a piano, went down + CG I think saved them. so wharram
is good this way in his desighn for I beams that we laminated, tied together, sun dried + boat just torques with those 35` waves, each one I thought we would pitch
pole, but I not as good as lovee, he has surfed 40 fters off of BC, too late in the year, when I had to have surgery.
but some global weather
patterns are tough, we did 2 hrs on + off for 7 full days + went 1 + 1/2 knots against currents + confused seas + ended up in costa rica
. then went over to Australia
back thru marshalls to HI to Ak + US. which people said crazy but lovy tied odd the tiller + we barely touched it with a few stationary fronts + 52 days later I think from marshalls got blown in big time into Kodiak. we fell asleep + I awakened to the tinkling of calm fog
hitting rocks, for we had really gotten blown in off a preconceived idea. luckily with such dense fog
, we could see exactly then where land was + then when continued on went into very high winds, fog + could only feel the rumbling of boats passing, we had no radar
so respect to all those behind us + those that still do primitive sailing.
so the adventure continues.
good day + happy sail to those out their or those that want to, thanks for your thoughts.
right now i'm busy working at Coos Bay March Against Monsanto, please join in where ever you are, it is a global issue + we have local solutions, but it takes us all. plus still looking for haul out in texas
. wow I can't believe how difficult this has been to try to google
+ locate them.
so we keep at it, kara