Sailing DogsKeith, late December, 2007
12/27/2007, San Carlos, Marina
Jake and Anne, my trusty crew. Jake is ready for adventure as always. Anne, not so much. She'd rather be with us than not, but isn't too happy about it. My baby girl did just fine, crawling into and out of the cabin through the companionway steps. Good dogs.
Sunset San Carlos MarinaKeith
San Carlos MarinaKeith
While all the other RVs were in little rows in the town's RV parks, I drove right to the water and stayed there for three nights without complaint by anyone that I know of. The police drove by several times and never even raised an eyebrow. Eventually Kevin from Canada and his dog Boomer arrived and joined me in Kevin's "dog house" camper. The fishing is supposed to be good around 5:00 p.m. this time of year and folks came by to fish along the shore every night. By the way, I know I'm not actually sailing or cruising in some of these blog entries, but traveling to San Carlos and living with the cruisers for a few days is all I can have for the time being. Before long, I will be living the life with them. Until then, I'm a cruising groupie.
Evening View of San Carlos Harbor, Late December, 2007Keith, late December, 2007
Singmeaway Waiting on the HardKeith, late December, 2007
12/27/2007, Marina Seca, San Carlos, Mexico
And there she is. Waiting to be sailed. And not too much worse for wear having sat there since August and then since May. A little rust here and there, but that's to be expected under the circumstances. There's something so enjoyable about meandering through a dry storage area for sailboats. All the different designs. All the adventures had and waiting to be had.
RV Park in Hermosillo, MexicoKeith
I was so tired from all the hustle bustle of getting down to Mexico, I had to stop for the night before my final destination. Mexican RV parks can be rather bare bones affairs. Just a large or small lot with hook-ups. I was just happy for a place to rest. This is the view as the the sun was about to rise the next morning. Things looked a lot better after a good night's sleep.
Off On Another Sailing Adventure in MexicoKeith - late December, 2007
12/27/2007, Hermosillo Toll Area
I took the last week of the year off and headed down to San Carlos, Mexico with Jake and Anne to get them more acclimated to sailing (I do it for them, of course). We flew the Bounder. Evidently, there are quite a few other people who travel to Mexico for the holidays because the line of cars before this toll lasted for well over an hour.
Hobie One is SoldKeith
12/16/2007, Tucson, Arizona
This is the gentleman who purchased the Hobie One yesterday as he is about to drive away. In preparation for long-term cruising, I've started to sell many of the toys I accumulated when I was experiencing the trial lawyer life, including the Hobie One. While I was going through the boat with the purchaser, another guy was taking my Honda VTX 1300 for a test ride. He put a deposit on it and it will be gone by early this week. It doesn't make sense to possess all of these material objects if they just have to be stored while I am gone. The Hobie One has a sentimental place in my heart because it was the first sailboat I ever purchased and owned. Going to have to put Sailing Arizona on hold for now while I go ocean cruising. That little boat sure could fly when the wind kicked up. Hold on tight then, Robert.
40 days after cruisingKeith
12/02/2007, The Law Office of Keith A. Singer, Tucson, Arizona
At my desk at the Law Office. This photo was taken recently for my Collaborative Divorce listing and bio (www.divorcewisely.co). This time next year that whole scene will be but a compelling memory. I've decided to depart in May of 2008 for a long-term sailing and travel adventure.
20 Days After CruisingKeith
11/09/2007, Tucson, Arizona
It's been about 20 days since I took my last cruising adventure. I've been litigating during most of my waking hours since then. Trial after trial, Client prep meeting after Client prep meeting. Reviewing Legal Assistant work product and supervising and prioritizing their projects. What the hell happened - I was on the water road to the Bahamas and instead I'm lying in bed awake at 2:35 in the morning reading other people's blogs because I'm too worked up from litigating to sleep properly. Giving up the good to go for the great takes a lot of courage, but maybe its not as crazy as the alternative.
Singer Family Adventures
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