Two talented artists decided to intercede on my behalf. Neptune alone was not powerful enough.
Not anymore the rude bone setter approach previously used. No big hammer, no screwdrivers, no saws nor wood splints. The skill of the best plastic surgeon is now required.
Continue reading “Surgery in a boatyard: part 2 (5-2)”
Like all real hard-core sailors, my first choice is always the wind. With the smallest breeze, I love to play with my sails.
Continue reading “Part 2: give it a try with fossil energy…(4-2)”
They « horse-dragoon » decorated Breskell and then played pirates during the winter.
They had fun. What about their more “serious” North West Passage preparations?
Continue reading “They had fun… and a long list of “to do” things (2)”
Spring 2019 at last! Breskell is waiting for us in Newfoundland. I hope our Canadian friends took good care of her in the Royal Yacht Club of St John’s, the NF capital.
Continue reading “A “touch of class”. Horse-dragoon and crow-nest: my new 2019 attempt around the North West passage..”
August 29th at 6:30 am, At 66 degree 33 minutes 46.9 seconds North we are just on the Arctic circle . The temperature is slowly getting warmer.
Continue reading “A whale farewell to Breskell and to the Arctic… (32)”