Thursday, February 12, 2015

The End

Rather than string along with weak tales from the land, I have decided to mothball the blog as it was before we moved ashore.

Wild Haggis floats a bit lonely in her slip. Thank goodness it has been a milder winter (so far) than last year's. I miss being surrounded by water. I miss the dolphins, the cry of the gulls, the explosions of color in sunsets. I miss the clanging of wayward halyards, the sway and slap of sea waves and the creak of docklines strained by nor'easters. I miss the raw and elemental exposure of sipping tea in the cockpit or walking a long dock to and from the shore. Living on the boat was always living as much in nature as surrounded by it.

It has been great fun to write for the past four years because I found good topics to feed the posts. It does not seem that way so much now, and most of my readers seem to mine the archives. I hope we sail some this year and, if we do, I will likely write new posts.

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Thank you for your support. Fair winds.

1 comment:

  1. Sorry that you all have moved to shore. So much has changed there since I left. I hope you and Beth are well and happy!