Blue Water Bound

23 December 2013 | Puget Sound
17 November 2013 | Seattle and the San Juan Islands
18 February 2012 | Seattle's Tallest Skyscraper - Columbia Tower
22 January 2012 | Greenlake
18 January 2012 | Overlooking Puget Sound
07 January 2012 | Carkeek Park, Seattle
02 January 2012 | Pacific Northwest
29 December 2011 | Just off of West Point
22 December 2011
28 November 2011
10 September 2011 | San Juan Islands
26 August 2011 | San Juan Islands, Washington
30 June 2011 | Seattle
02 May 2010 | Milltown Sailing Association in Everett
02 May 2010

Homebrew Kombucha

22 December 2011
A cold glass of Kombucha in the morning is refreshing way to fill up on vitamins, minerals, enzymes and health-giving organic acids. It's about a 2 week process from brewing the tea to drinking the Kombucha. Each batch requires an active culture called a scoby, which is looks like a rubbery pancake. The scoby digests the sugar in the tea and produces vitamins, minerals, enaymes and acids. After two test runs, Kevin and I just divded our scoby and doubled how many batches we're making. You can see Kevin dividing the scoby and getting ready to return it to the new jars of tea. Now we'll have enough Kombucha for us and for sharing!

For more information on brewing Kombucha visit Seeds of Health
Vessel Name: Nirvana
Vessel Make/Model: San Juan 7.7
Hailing Port: Port of Seattle
Crew: Jamie and Kevin Hood
About: We're going blue water sailing, but first there are things we need to do to get ready. We're here to share what we are doing to prepare for our trip. We hope to inspire those who might like to do the same and learn from those who have stories and lessons to contribute to us.
Extra: I make jewelry too! Sweet Nirvana Jewels was created out of a passion for beads and sailing. All profits are put in to Jamie and Kevin's boat fund, which supports the adventures they have together sailing the waves and racing the wind.
Nirvana's Photos - Main
Some random photos of our first year sailing Nirvana
6 Photos
Created 2 May 2010

Who: Jamie and Kevin Hood
Port: Port of Seattle
Who is staring at the sea is already sailing a little. ~Paul Carvel