Author Archives: Jeffrey

Running and Sailing: Feeling Alive

For the past few days, I have been suffering through a bit of writer’s block. There are a wealth of topics I want to write on, but I am repeatedly failing to get exactly what I want to say on … Continue reading

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Chesapeake Trip – Provisioning and More Preparation

This is the third in a series of posts about a trip I made to the Chesapeake on my old Catalina 22, Helbent, during the summer of 2011. My folks had recently sold their house on the island, so when … Continue reading

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Lin Pardey’s Mackerel Loaf

While reading Lin Pardey’s Care and Feeding, one recipe in particular caught my attention: the salmon loaf. I am a sucker for canned fish, and I have experimented enough with canned salmon to have created a few meals I like.

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Chesapeake Trip – Preparation

This is the second in a series of posts about a trip I made to the Chesapeake on my old Catalina 22, Helbent, during the summer of 2011. After driving twelve hours from New Mexico to Arkansas, I woke up … Continue reading

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Chesapeake Trip – Planning

This is the first in a series of posts about a trip I made to the Chesapeake on my old Catalina 22, Helbent, during the summer of 2011. The origins of the trip seem shrouded in mystery.  I imagine the … Continue reading

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Image Gallery

The Image Gallery is where you will find photographs from a variety of our adventures.

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Getting hooked on sailing

When I was a kid, my folks bought a house at the Jersey shore, on Long Beach Island.  Since my Mom was a teacher with the summers off, it did not take long before we were spending the entire season … Continue reading

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