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Red Shift (II) — Hope and the Banyan Tree

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The things we do now that surprise me

put our kids in cars without five point harness carseats heck, we put our kids in cars without seatbelts um, we even put our kids in cars without carseats, or seatbelts, or doors (usually we ride the bus) feed our kids foods without heavily scrutinized ingredient lists did we really let them eat peppermint candy with red […]

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Sails for Sale

Our boat came to us with 11 sails.  Since we need to keep people on this boat some sails need to go.  We’re keeping our main, our 153 genoa, our new 110 genoa, our #3 jib, a 3/4 oz drifter, a nice striped spinnaker, and a heavier excellent spinnaker. I can’t figure out how we’ll […]

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What Survived

A lot of things went right this year too. Here’s a list of things that continued to perform through the (okay fine… second) meanest ocean in the world. Love RK Drums/CBQ Frankenstein Coffee Roaster Kleen Kanteen water bottles Japan Porlex & Zassenhausen – Coffee Grinders (quality) Engel Refrigerators (all three) One of two Keep Cups (may […]

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Sunrise Hike to Wally’s Cave

Wally’s Cave Sunrise quiet from Tucker Bradford on Vimeo.

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For Sale: s/v Eva

Our dear friends have come to the conclusion that it is time to sell the boat that they spent years pouring their love, sweat, & tears into. We were introduced to this marvelous boat as we motored into the V&A Marina in Cape Town. Everybody that I spoke to about it wanted to know more, […]

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ConvivEVA: the crew of Convivia is going sailing on EVA

You may have seen this hint of a story, this boatyard photo of Tucker and I, Ruby, and Miles in front of EVA, everyone’s dreamboat. We have spent much of the last year and a half with Claude and Jules and their three kids, Noah, Lilo, and Finn. We met the kids the moment we […]

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Ports Timeline

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Cruising to Floating

The months in Brisbane have been flying by, and while we have been busy busy busy, it doesn’t seem like much to write about. Our daily schedule has settled into a routine of sorts. The kids started letting us sleep in a bit (8am). We start our day with coffee, and read books to the […]

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A Day in the Life: Walking to Work in a Blizzard

It’s been a while since we have posted an update. Mostly we have been busy with school and jobs and planning for a great new adventure in the summer. But more on that later. For now, here’s a glimpse of an average morning… walking to work in a blizzard.

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