Any photographer going into the backcountry should be prepared to stay longer. These are the ten pieces of essential wilderness survival gear to carry.
People often ask me how I rest while my sailboat is still sailing and I’m all alone. A wind vane is the answer – and Cape Horn is the model I’ll swear by.
Looking at the key features of the two most popular GPS satellite messengers – SPOT Gen3 and the DeLorme inReach SE. Which one is the best travel partner?
In previous posts I shared some problems with my fuel system and my temporary fix. Now it’s completely shot and I’m contemplating if I even need an engine.
Seventeen days, 70 hours of sleep, 810 miles, and one hurricane…this trip was supposed to take only one week but I’m finally enjoying some Bahamian air.
We’ve been through this before…I get focused on boat projects and no one hears from me for weeks. This is what I’ve done since my last update.
Probably the biggest project of “Electrical Month” – wiring and power distribution – was finally completed today.
Looking at all the options while trying to decide how to repair my lifelines – those strands of wire designed to keep you from falling off your boat.
I just bought a sailboat! Which projects need to be done first? Where do I start? I think I’ll start with this six-pack of beer. I’m in over my head.