Lemons Way

The continuing adventures of a cruising sailor/family lawyer, his wife (also a lawyer), and their young children.

09 March 2017 | Marina Real, San Carlos
22 February 2017 | Real workyard
22 February 2017 | Real workyard
19 February 2017 | Marina Real Work Yard
19 February 2017 | Yard
19 February 2017 | Yard
17 February 2017 | Marina Real Workyard (still....)
31 January 2017 | I'm writing from the playroom in Tucson
31 January 2017 | Marina Real Work Yard - still
23 January 2017 | Marina Real Work Yard, which, until the mast is put back up, costs almost as much as a slip
23 January 2017 | Marina Real Work Yard
15 January 2017 | Something Asada...
15 January 2017 | Marina Real Workyard
27 December 2016 | Glorietta Bay
29 October 2016 | Swank Hotel
27 October 2016
23 October 2016 | Dolphin Bay
03 October 2016 | Wash

We Dingy To The Lighthouse

27 July 2008 | Cape Lookout Anchorage
Keith, getting windy
After waking up and taking the dogs to shore to do their thing, and after making a nice egg, cheese, and lenders bagel breakfast for myself and the dogs, we headed out across the harbor to the lighthouse. I should have taken the dogs' life jackets and the handheld VHF radio and some other things, but we still made it without sinking. I enjoyed the museum made from the assistant lighthouse keepers' quarters and there were surfers on the Atlantic side riding the nice waves. We got soaked heading back to the boat, but we made it so I shouldn't complain. The wind has picked up considerably so I've got the wind turbine going. It does best in stronger winds. Most of the boats have left this anchorage - only about 10% of the boats here yesterday remain. Folks need to get back to work tomorrow, evidently. I've admittedly been having some trouble adjusting to the cruising life. This freedonm is new to me and requires getting used to. Stronger weather like that coming on tonight actually helps to give me something to focus on. The wind generator works fine in heavy wind. It produces so much power that it shuts itself off whent the batteries are fully charged. When it comes to charging, the heart charger (powered by the engine) goes off first at about 13.2 volts, then the solar at about 14.1 volts, then the wind gen at about 14.2 volts. It just went off now. When the wind turbine goes off, you know the batteries are completely charged.
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Vessel Name: Oz
Vessel Make/Model: Cascade
Hailing Port: Tucson, Arizona
About:
Keith is a 40 something year old Family Law Attorney from Tucson, Arizona who somehow managed to develop a love of sailboat cruising and adventure in spite of growing up in the desert. This blog used to be about how I become a n occasional coastal cruising sailor. [...]
Extra: Our sailing life has now come full circle back to San Carlos on the Sea Of Cortez.
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