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May 20th – Growing up we were able to sleep without having to lock our doors on the house and vehicles. It’s sad to say that now being out here at anchor I don’t feel safe enough in today’s world to be able to do the same. We always make sure that every little thing […]

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  • Paul Stratton

    happy forth guys,,where are you at now?take care,,,,pReplyCancel

  • Tina Blasdel McMillen

    Happy 4th and stay safeReplyCancel

  • Bill Giltner

    Happy 4 th to two ..ReplyCancel

  • Wade Nisbet

    Happy 4th team! Livin the dream. I can’t wait to join you all on the ocean blue.ReplyCancel

    • lazygeckos

      Hey,

      Thank you and we hope that you had a wonderful 4th too! Get out here and start enjoying!!

      Love always, BrittanyReplyCancel

  • Joseph Borcynski

    Ha! One of the best stories I’ve heard that included Burger King.ReplyCancel

May 13th – We were supposed to leave NAS JAX today but quickly realized that it’s Friday the 13th. We’re not too superstitious. However, my house did burn down many years ago on a Friday the 13th. So we decided that it’s just best to wait! May 14th – Every once in a while you are presented with […]

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  • Paul Stratton

    i guess you dont what you will do till it happens,sounds like you handled it all in good boaty decisions,,fair winds an safe passages,,,paulReplyCancel

  • Chuck Kokoska

    Hi guys! Can you add me to your email blog! Love your stuff! Regards ChuckReplyCancel

    • lazygeckos

      I don’t think that we are able to do that…I think you have to do it by clicking a link. I’m so happy to hear that you are enjoying!ReplyCancel

May 1st – Today it hit me that jobs don’t define who we are anymore…Over the weekend, Jeremiah looked at me and said “So what do I tell people when they ask what I do?”, I replied with “Just tell them that you’re retired”. He responded with “Yeah, but then they think that we’re loaded […]

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  • Arthur Pryor

    Jeremiah is a ‘NUNYA’…none of your business. OK, kinda rude, but inquiring people can be rude. he is prior service and a hero. he is a husband, a father, and a good one, he is a repairman, a sailor, and weatherman. he is really anything he wants to be, but mostly he is just taking a pause to enjoy life with his family while he is young and can enjoy it. what i should have done 30 years ago…..give RHYS a hug for me. we are taking care of a grandson who is supposed to be sick but i suspect he just wanted a day away from school with us….ReplyCancel

  • Cruise Planners - www.travelwithchip.com

    Thanks for all you do to keep us entertained and educated with sailing!ReplyCancel

  • We want to say thnx you 4 making this blog and keep up the great work!ReplyCancel

April 18th – After having some full-time cruisers over for drinks I realized that not all of us (sailors, cruisers and live-aboards) are living on a boat for the same reason. Some are stuck in a hard place financially or medically restricted, wishing they could untie the lines. Others do it for a cheaper lifestyle and basically […]

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  • Paul Stratton

    Know that feeling well ,medically,sometimes it’s hard to believe 4.years already,ah well one of these days.abit of coos news.i have two or three folks.pretty serious seeing if they are a match,,I’m O positive so all I can get are o donors.sorry for the ramble,yu all have a fantastic evening, ,,paulReplyCancel

Our second day on the move! It felt great to wake up at anchor. The weather was stunning. We were the only ones in our private little anchorage, which led to some silly behavior last night on the bow…Lets just say that being butt naked on your bow looking across at a city full of […]

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  • Paul Stratton

    yup gotta love it ,the schooner i sailed on out of mystic,ct ,on the mystic river ,was like that ,4 to 5 knot current ,with a draw bridge maybe 150 feet from where we docked.the tide dicktated if we came in to our dock spot bow into the tide ,our spot was just big enough for our 70 foot over all lenght,10 or more was bowsprit.sometimes we had too get a stern line on first ,and back her down the prob rotation would walk us right in to the dock.glad your starting your adventure,,fair winds an safe passages,,paulReplyCancel

  • Kenneth R Ken Gossett

    Love keeping up with you guys (all 3 of you and the dogs) be safe from TexasReplyCancel

  • Christina Gibson

    Whew close one!! Best learning experience is by doing!!! Keep safe and keep living the salt life!ReplyCancel

  • Joseph Borcynski

    if you promise to keep making mistakes, I promise to keep learning from them…ReplyCancel

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