You could try a small piece of foam over the mic hole on the camera. Sometimes can help with wind noise.
Nice!! I love the view from the bowsprit. I do not have one on my boat and now see what I am missing. :-(
They are nice JD, but at least you don't have to pay for an extra two or three feet each time you go into a marina!Everything's a trade off right?
Hey guys,I hope all is well. Guess where we live now... Ft Lauderdale area.I've been thinking about looking up "scubabitches" to see how Cambyration is doing.How are you Two?-Fro
Hey Frodo!What's your new email? And... what is the story with scubabitches? I think I'm out of the loop!
Thanks for Sharing... I need a boat. lol I live in Florida and don't have a boat.
Hey, Chad! I think of you all so often! I remember the good times best, especially the Hornblower shows. I'm so glad you took on the project and rescued the old girl. How are y'all and what are you doing now. The Blog is great. I really like what you are doing with it. Let me hear from you, ann
Muy interesante el blog saludos desde las islas Canarias Blog Puerto de la Luz
awsome!! do you still have the boat? we have a 71 privateer 35 ccnot listed in any sites we have found. thanks for sharing your journey!!
Your blog is inspiring and thank you for including the link to "Confessions of a Long-Distance sailor". I read that in one sitting and it's exactly what I was looking for. I real life journal of sorts. I've never sailed, although I have a love for the sea and have often thought how nice it would be to take off on a world cruise and start a new chapter in life. I am currently researching sailboats and plan on finding one worthy of this adventure. I would probably start off 'coastal cruising' to learn and become familiar with sailing. There are some challenging waters in my area to test myself in as well (Santa Barbara, CA. area). Anyways...thanks for the inspiration..this 41 year old is ready to quit his day job, buy a boat, rent the home and take off!
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