For sailors or the idly curious…here’s how the trip North from Key West to Ft. Myers Beach went. I originally intended to sail further North towards Boca Grande and jog South a couple of miles to Cabbage Key; but I ended up jumping into Ft. Myers Beach at Moss Marina to wait out a northerly gale and regroup from the 24 hour bash into the wind and waves. Lots of noise, lots of diesel fumes. Continue reading
(from Cabbage Key, Monday 27 October, 2014)
I’m sitting in the cockpit of Jacie Sails, facing East, with my laptop set up on the detachable cockpit table. The rising sun is blinding, but this is where I want to be: hunched over with my beard and Cabbage Key ball cap shielding my face and eyes enough to see the screen as I type.
The <shift> key has grown a crunchy, sticky bed of congealed beer from an incident last trip—from which I will spare you, dear reader, the details. Continue reading
Yep! Just finished “taping” this week’s podcast with a Very Special Guest, and I’m packing my gear to head back to Cabbage Key…this time for work! Hey, if ya know where it’s at, come join me there this weekend, 10/25-10/26! (Just bear in mind, I’ll be working; but if you’re in the neighborhood, you should definitely check out this place.)
If you want to catch the story of how this came about, you can check out Episode 7 of TheMultimediaNinja …and there will be more on this on Ep. 8, to be released Saturday along with the identity of S…er, our Very Special Guest.
Just had a very cool week taking Jacie Sails down to Cabbage Key, FL for my first mobile podcast. Gotta run for now, as a storm’s a-brewin’, and I need to get ‘er packed up and get on the road to ATL. FYI, the pic here is of Jacie Sails heading North up the Intracoastal Waterway…which we did a lot of! I did sail nonstop down the Gulf to get to Boca Grande and Cabbage Key, though…