Well we aren’t really bloggers, but then we weren’t really ready to become homeless either. In any event this website hopefully will help anybody interested to stay somewhat current on our travels and travails. If you want to know more about us, you can read the “About Us” page. Duh. The “Follow” button at the bottom apparently will get our updates delivered to your email in-box. (WordPress swears that nobody will get your address.) These updates may range from a sentence or two to Doug’s awesome drone videos or Dana’s even more awesome photos of sunsets and sunrises and landscapes and seascapes and wildlife. And maybe a random Monty Python reference or Caddyshack line now and again. If we don’t make it back from the high seas–and by high seas we mean mostly shallow waters near sheltered marinas–at least our electronic diary will allow future generations to marvel at our stupidity.
If you want to start at the beginning, here’s a link: The start of it all.
If you want to check out the beginning of the Down East Circle, here’s a link for that: Of Beginnings and Endings, and Beginnings.
In 2021, we headed north on a new boat, seeing new sights along a familiar path. Those posts start here: We’re back in the saddle again!
We spent much 2022 in Canada, we forged a different path on that same different boat, ending the summer in Green Bay: A post with the primary purpose being to report that we’re back underway
2023? Planning still in the works.
So give us a follow. Leave us a comment. You also can get a taste of what we’re doing by checking out our Instagram. @douganddanaandaboat. Created by our much more hip daughters. Although we’ve been pretty bad at it so far.