Monthly Archives: March 2011

Looking back: One need not run aground to find the muck of life…

I once read, “There are two types of sailors ~ those who have run aground and those who are going to”… To join the first group of sailors mentioned above one need not always to ‘run aground’ sometimes the ground … Continue reading

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Ships are the nearest things to dreams…

About ten years ago, maybe ’99 or ’00 I captured this image of this tall ship crossing Haro Strait  on a near windless day. With the autumn mists just rising and the ghost-like quality of the light it was a fine … Continue reading

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Land Locked Sailors Head West…

This is a long winter in the Pacific NW. Especially here, in NE Washington, it feels even longer than many other areas as we still have several inches of concrete-like snow in the mountain valley’s. So it was with pleasant … Continue reading

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“Then the glory of sail will return”

Thar She Blows – Return To The Age Of Sailing Ships When steamships took over the world’s long distance routes nearly 150 years ago, nobody could have imagined that we would ever return to the age of sailing ships. But … Continue reading

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