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Our First Cruise, Part 2 – Rudder Trouble

In which we set sail for Orillia and our rudder breaks… Continue reading

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Our First Cruise, Part 1

Perhaps Murphy found himself in a quiet moment and was looking for things that could go wrong. Perhaps the law of averages was not weighing in our favor. After this beginning, who would have blamed for losing interest? And yet… Continue reading

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Flashback February?

Today it’s snowy and windy. For the past month we’ve seen far too little sun – days have been short and skies have been grey. So my thoughts turned to sun, and then to sea and memories thereof, and I decided to repost this from our other, older cruising blog. From December 2006 and January 2007… Continue reading

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A Memory of Whales

…The great dark head, spotted with grey, broke the surface not far from the boat. A small beady eye seemed to peer at me, I could smell the wet breath… Continue reading

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Still Cruisers?

Have we crossed the line, at least for now? Are we more live-aboards than cruisers? And – does it matter? Continue reading

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A Stop in Cobourg – And Then We Arrive in Toronto!

To Cobourg, then one more jump and we arrive in Toronto… Continue reading

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Overnight Through Thousand Islands to Waupoos

Travelling fast through the Thousand Islands at night is not the most comfortable thing to do… Continue reading

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