It’s soup weather, y’all! And on today’s Boat Chef, we’re making a delicious veggie sausage, kale and potato soup that’ll warm you right up! Continue reading on Life at Six Knots.
There are no two ways about it, we love salmon. Catching it, eating it, we love this tasty gift from the sea. Fortunately, thanks to generous Alaskan fisherman who took a liking to our boys, plus catching our own, we’ve been up to our ears in fresh salmon lately. So much so that we’ve been trying […]
Friday Harbor now has a brewery and it’s located in a boat shop — because this is Friday Harbor, so of course it is. Called The Friday Harbor Oar House, their mantra is “brewed by locals, for locals” and the location leans more towards “hard to find” than “easy to miss.” One might conclude that […]
Blackberry season generally arrives through July and August across much of the Salish Sea, though it might be a little later this year if our cold spring continues into June. Everything depends on the weather, though hopefully talking about it will set things right, maybe bring on a heatwave of gentle proportions, and that’s being a […]
This Costco shopping cart doesn’t look all that bad, considering we bought some stuff for the boat and some stuff for home! I thought I’d share with you some of our favorite Costco provisions, since I’m focused on this subject right now. Shelf-stable Organic Bake-at-Home (or bake-on-a-boat) Sourdough Bread. This stuff is amazing. It comes in packages […]
Here’s a delicious and easy recipe from our friend Jim at SalishSeaPilot.com… Elbowing Lynne aside, I am going into the galley to post my recipe for burritos — officially the easiest and best burritos. And I don’t think Lynne is just toying with my feelings when she lauds them and encourages me to make them […]
I set the alarm for 4:30am yesterday morning in Ketchikan — after 4 (so we’d have the 4am weather report), but 4:30 for a little extra sleep since sunrise wasn’t until 6am. No point having more than about an hour of pre-sunrise cruising. The alarm went off, I checked the conditions (they looked good for […]