My nemesis. The ranking was compiled tracking hundreds of sailing blogs. Sleep in shifts. Name, It’s been my dream to sail to a sauna for a very, IF YOU’VE HELPED ME THANK YOU AND I LOVE YOU #sa, Hobo sailor girl meets sail maker #boatpunk #inthe, Solidarity, comrades. Well, I call it because I’m tired and want to sleep. #boatpunk #sailorpunk #socia, Oops I accidentally ended up in the boatyard to pa, A PROPER FUCKING YACHT #boatpunk #sailorpunk #anar, Farewell tour to my dreads. I decided I’m not aiming for the Atlantic in spring . We ate canned black beans for dinner. Blogs of all kinds, lifestyle, travel, fashion, beauty, sailing blogs and everything in between, have been taking over the internet. I’d nearly forgotten. With millions of people following influencers’ experiences, daily routes and recommendations online through blogs, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and other social media outlets. Ghost for short. It’s too far, and too long, with too much to do in a short period of time to get there. And no more canned black beans on passages. We mused. We end up en route to a creek southeast of the York instead when the wind dies. Fairness of tasks. Next time I’ll keep drifting. I’d do deep breathing to get closer to sleep but… you get the idea . My stomach cramps are reminding me. The steepness of the waves on the Chesapeake all day and the fact that we are mostly remaining down below where it’s warm with the fire while sailing has resulted in this terrible feeling in my gut, but so it goes. We originally set out for Mobjack Bay. #anarchistsailor #sailing, A whole mood #boatkids #mood #sailing #awholemood, I miss you and love you and this is our home forev, Weeeeooooooooo. Posted on December 13, 2019 December 13, 2019 by Emily Posted in Boat Hobo, Classic Plastics, Great Dane 28, Living Aboard Tagged cruising the chesapeake bay, Great Dane 28, sailing the chesapeake bay winter, top 25 sailing blogs, top sailing blog 2019, vegan sailors, what to eat on passages, winter sailing east coast 2 Comments It’s 2 AM anchored near Posqoun flats where the York River and the Chesapeake Bay meet and I am most definitely seasick. The human kind. I had the pleasure of, Social distance sailor girl meetup + Julie with th, The GOP is a death cult. We’re working on that .Shifts . There’s no gasoline on this boat. But then decide to keep going. I can handle them dried, soaked and cooked, but something about the cans. Top 25 Sailing Blogs of 2019. So what’s the hurry there? A moment in time immortalized #mates #piling #dock, Ayyyoooo been a long time dream of mine to have a, Meet Ghostpipe the Anarchat. Our picks for 2019 feature heartfelt story-telling, exotic locations, and mind-blowing adventures. I can’t deny that I’m disillusioned with the east coast sailing culture and fully intend to cross oceans on this boat, but the Atlantic will be there the year after. Sean’s on the floor farting in his sleep and I’m awake passing my own. The boat will be better dialed in by then and so will I. Sean and I will have had time to figure out the whole team work thing, too. If you could see my face you’d k, I have been silent, when someone said something ov, How to be a writer? Never miss an update from the road to the sea! Best Sailing Blogs to Look Out For in 2020. All the way to Hampton roads! This list is an attempt to highlight some of the best blogs about sailing that can be found on the web. Well, write for free for years, Today in pirate boat works #usewhatyouhave #thatll, Two Jews, a Mennonite, & an Engineer Go to a Boat, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvkiIW2Dfr4. And the gas. Both of us feeling slighted, often, by the other. Sailing blogs to stoke your wanderlust and inspiration. The boat permeates a smell of gas. The top sailing sites that made this list are ranked according to Alexa (33.3%), Domain Authority (33.3%), Page Authority (33.3%) indicators. It’s six more miles and we are going 1.5 knots, then half a knot, then we call it. For now I am pondering Nova Scotia and Cuba for 2020. I didn’t get rid of my engine to go fast in life. I can’t sleep because of the rolling swells, slapping haylards, and items every which way in drawers and on deck clanging.