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Playing around with the GoPro video editor on my tablet and created a short video of the first "real" sail with our new Precision Sails. Still playing with the Genoa car location and learning to ...
We made it back to our favourite place and currently anchored near the Lake Fleet. It’s been a fantastic trip so far with lots of adventures, stories and blunders to share.
After a long day motoring against the wind in some decent swells on Lake Ontario we respond to a call from Prescott CoastGuard Radio. I practice my radio skills and learn how to tow a boat back to the harbour.
Another CS34 owner from the CSOA forum joins Foggy in Cobourg. I take the opportunity to buzz around their boat with my drone as they arrive at Cobourg Marina.
When we first checked on our boat after winter, I noticed two rust spots underneath our rudder. Looking closer at the leading edge of the rudder I could see there was some water damage.
Foggy is back on the water and we take two days to rush her back home from Loyalist Cove to Cobourg. We are rusty sailors and had a few interesting adventures.
Water levels are low and weeds are high. Making an interesting trip through Presquile Bay.
We found some amazing fans for our boat that work perfectly for our needs and setup.
If the thought of silently dragging into something hard in the middle of the night while you are sleeping peacefully scares you, read on!
It was time to move our boat to Loyalist Cove Marina in Bath, Ontario, for her new haul out location. We made it into a mini-vacation spread over three days. And the weather cooperated with us!
Seemed simple, but made mistakes and learned a few tricks along the way.
We had most of the solar equipment for our boat selected and purchased. But we were stuck on the most difficult part, how to mount the solar panels on our boat.
On our last sail of the season we had another sailboat recognize us. We felt like superstars!
One of our issues with keeping our boat in Cobourg is that you are on open water (Lake Ontario) and there’s no close place to anchor overnight. We recently discovered a spot close by.
I’m a coffee drinker, it’s part of my routine and I enjoy sitting down with a good cup of coffee to start my day. I have found a simple and quick way to make coffee on the boat.
Look what the courier just dropped off at our doorstep! We are so excited!