Monthly Archives: September 2009

Photos from Beaufort Delivery

Here’s an initial set of photos from the delivery this past weekend from Carolina Beach to Beaufort, North Carolina. After completing the journey, we waited for Monday and took the boat to Jarrett Bay Boatworks to be hauled-out of the … Continue reading

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Nice Trip to Beaufort

View Sail from Carolina Beach to Beaufort in a larger map We needed to get Tahina to Beaufort by Sunday so we can have it hauled out at a boatyard there on Monday. Fortunately, my friend Gerard had offered to … Continue reading

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Tahina Expedition Preparations

A number of blog posts recently have been focused on the house. But, in parallel with the house projects, I’ve been doing a lot of work on the Tahina Expedition itself. We’ve made some more partnerships during the past few … Continue reading

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Major milestone on the house

Today was a major milestone for getting the house on the market. They came today to take photos for the listing. We used that milestone to give us a hard deadline to get everything done. It’s been 16-hour days for … Continue reading

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Roz Savage Makes Tarawa

After 1.3 Million strokes of her oars, and over 100 days, Roz Savage has arrived in Tarawa after leaving Hawaii. Roz is attempting to be the first woman to row across the Pacific. Check out her web site for details … Continue reading

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New Anchor and Chain

On Friday afternoon, I left the house in its final stages of preparation for sale. We had more painting going on, roof cleaning, a few remaining piles of junk, and decoration touches being done. My task was to drive my … Continue reading

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Will the House Ever Be Ready?

This one will go down as one of the funniest incidents during our preparations. But, it seemed awful to me at the time it happened. We had planned to leave by 9 AM on Sunday to head back home and … Continue reading

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