This blog is about sailing, and about why I go sailing. The boat: Bolger designed glasshouse Chebacco, 20 feet long, fitted out for extended trips. Primary interests: saltwater coastal – and perhaps offshore – cruising, and working out the details of seasteading. Foraging and growing vegetables aboard, water catching, and improving my abysmal fishing skills. Traditional rigs and methods, and ways to make things work with the most ease, and the most security… The “why” is probably going to take the entire blog to answer.
The skipper: Shemaya Laurel moved to Gouldsboro, Maine in 2015, after living in western Massachusetts for many years. Presently “retired” and focusing on boat projects. Previously she worked as an American Sign Language interpreter, and more recently was involved in cleaning up the Connecticut River in western Massachusetts.
Contact by e-mail at: ShemayaLaurel at yahoo d0t com – If you don’t hear back, please get in touch by leaving a comment on the blog. Rafts of spam have meant that anything that slips into the spam filter might not be seen before the whole thing gets deleted!
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