An article on a friend of ours, Josh, who sailed from Canada to New Zealand, alone and without an engine, in a 29ft boat.
This is the photo we took of him (also featured in the article), while we met randomly at sea going to NZ.
Gathered some notes, and wrote a blog post about Leleuvia, a small island in Fiji that we went to last September (2018).
I've many more documents with notes, for posts I want to write.
Konnyaku is the perfect, plant-based, seafood alternative. It's made from the corm of the Konjac plant.
It can be made into sashimi, and enjoyed with the same condiments.
(photo from wikipedia)
"You look bored. Why don't you read a book?" Orion asked.
Jak appeared frozen in place, but then the lips moved, cracking out of place. "I've read them all."
"WOW! You must really have nothing to do! Maybe you should go play outside." Orion replied.
"Um. How does one... play?"
"We can play pretend, you can be the sick patient and I'll operate on you."
"I am ill?" Jak asked.
"Yes, you have an internal parasite. It eats all of your food so you're hungry all the time."
Movie night, and we will be watching...
Boat-related happenings ⛵️ Show more
Wind turned in the night, with it came some good waves, and the main rope tethering the dinghy to the boat snapped. Luckily, I always double up our lines and so we
didn't lose the dinghy. A good lesson. Backups are important.
Added another basic recipe for Grim Grains: Seitan.
How to cement friendships with one eyed cats.