Hitting Another Milestone: Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway

More and more we’re asking ourselves, “What day is it?” We’ve been living aboard for four months and hit another milestone November 1, finally entering the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, which winds it’s way from Virginia down to Florida. Despite reading guidebooks and consulting charts, we don’t always know what to expect until we’re in it … More Hitting Another Milestone: Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway

Annapolis or Bust

There’s no turning back now. Since we left Bayfield on July 1, Annapolis, MD, on Chesapeake Bay has been the destination for October, and we finally arrived on the 20th. All the sailors before us said to get to Annapolis for the boat show in October, then it’s safe to head south. “Stay behind the … More Annapolis or Bust

When the Going Gets Rough

It’s been a little busy lately on and off Bernoulli. We finished the New Jersey coast and the sailing was some of the tougher conditions we’ve experienced. Big ocean. Wild waves. Unpredictable wind. Fast currents. Shallow water. Engine mishaps. Anchoring-under-sail drills. Getting towed. Whew! Looking back, it doesn’t seem so bad, but in the moment, … More When the Going Gets Rough

Floating Feasts: Korean BBQ Two Ways and a Jersey Fish Tale

On our last day in the NYC area, I found a store in Jersey City called 99 Ranch Market, an Asian American chain grocery store stocked with all kinds of interesting ingredients, sauces, meats, seafood and a huge produce section. I bypassed the Korean BBQ sauce a few times but kept imagining how Korean tacos … More Floating Feasts: Korean BBQ Two Ways and a Jersey Fish Tale