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Secretary’s Monthly Update Email - April

I’ve managed to get this second monthly member update email together, so I’m 2 for 2 and doing great. But then again, my boat Quintessence isn’t launched yet so self-congratulations may be a bit premature!

So here goes!

Secretary's Monthly Update Email - March

I started writing this email a couple of days ago. The weather was horrible here at home about an hour north of Philadelphia. Freezing rain and sleet. A good day to be indoors. Also a good day to remind myself that spring is only a few weeks away. Hopefully the weather will catch up with the calendar.

The Trip 'Round Revillagigedo Island

It's been awhile since we've posted here -- much has happened and while we keep the Mahdee blog up-to-date I must admit we've been dismal correspondents here.  Let's see--after "North and More North," we made a nice trip into Ketchikan, Alaska.  We found Alaska chock-full of "empty" places to be.  Mooring balls in the middle of nowhere (thank you, United States Forest Service) and f

Will your anchor hold

A Night to Remember!

 

Mile stone

4000 Nautical Miles

Last week we reached a major milestone in our journey – we notched up 4000 Nautical miles since leaving Albany, WA over 3 years ago!

Tallships

The day we first anchored out the front of the town of Airlie Beach we spotted a large black-hulled schooner anchored a little away from us.

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