Monday, March 29, 2010

And then spend an inordinate amount of time sewing them....

OK, so I can't find my little point-and-shoot camera. And that has all the pictures I took of the curtain making process. So while I look for it, we'll talk about moving back to the boat.

As I mentioned before, I chickened out in the winter weather and moved home for a couple of months. What can I say? Blizzards on a boat are no fun. At least, I imagine they aren't. I wasn't there for either of the ones we had this year.

At any rate, I moved back to the boat this weekend, after moving it to Baltimore. When the weather finally dries out I'll do a photo tour of the new marina.

I'm excited to be back aboard. Even if I have one side of the cabin in new curtains and the other side in the old curtains. Even if I broke my lamp and had to buy a new one. Even if I think I might have to buy a new hose because the water spigot is a bit farther away.

It just feels good. It feels calming.

And now I have a Verizon MiFi, so get ready for a deluge of posts including: the curtains, the head rebuild, the move to Baltimore and much, much more! For only $29.95....


You don't have to pay. This blog is free. Free as a fish! So enjoy. Bookmark. Comment. And get ready to read about my first spring aboard.


  1. Too bad you don't live in my marina, would be nice to have a fellow girl liveaboard around!

  2. Where do you live in Baltimore? Love your blog! Seems like we have a lot of the same problems (namely woodwork in need of varnish and an ice box that ravenously consumes the cash in your wallet and fails to keep your ice cream edible.) I just moved to Tidewater and am loving it -- not sure how many liveaboards are here though. Very dark and quiet at night. Hope that changes when summer comes!

  3. Love yours too! I must say, I thought I was the only young girl living aboard around here, but alas, I guess there can be two. I'm at Harborview. I didn't even know there were liveaboards at Tidewater, you like it out there. Shoot me an email, I'm sure we've got tips to share