Life Afloat on SV Light Reach Two Sailors and a Sea Dog

19 January 2020 | Sunset Bay Stuart
12 January 2020 | Sunset Bay Stuart
10 January 2020 | Sunset Bay Stuart
09 January 2020 | Sunset Bay Stuart
07 January 2020 | Underway to Stuart
06 January 2020 | St Lucie Campground South
01 January 2020 | St Lucie Campground South
31 December 2019 | St Lucie Campground South
25 December 2019 | St Lucie Campground South
18 December 2019 | St Lucie Campground South
17 December 2019 | Indiantown
16 December 2019 | Indiantown
10 December 2019 | Indiantown
03 December 2019 | Indiantown
28 November 2019 | Indiantown
22 November 2019 | Indiantown
19 November 2019 | Indiantown
15 November 2019 | Indiantown
28 October 2019 | Indiantown
24 October 2019 | Indiantown

Meeting friends

20 November 2018
Sally finally fall in Florida
Life has been busy on board. A cold front came through that finally broke the humidity and lowered the temps to a somewhat more reasonable level. I’ve started working on the teak (yet again). The black grunge that covers the teak has been a formidable opponent. It takes a significant amount of elbow grease, along with the teak cleaner and water to make any progress. Being that it is mostly comprised of ash and soot from burning the sugar cane it has an amazing tenacity. A sticky black residue much like burnt sugar in the bottom of a pan, hard to get off! I’ve managed to get the starboard side done and about 1/3 of the port side. Even with lower temps the sun has been relentless. I can only work a couple of hours at a time before having to give up. I don’t need to go to the gym to work up a sweat. Although I don’t think I could market it as a form of exercise. Crawling on your hands and knees while shoving your body in a 7 inch space hanging over the side of the boat with a scrub brush and a bucket of water. Somehow I think it has no wow factor. Have to tell you though soul cycle or pelaton got nothing on me.
Lest you think we have no fun at all we took yesterday off and went to Indiantown. Janice and Kevin (Aria III) have arrived back from Vancouver. Aria III is also a Pacific Seacraft 37. We met them last year in Stuart. The marina was having a flea market that morning. We didn’t see anything we couldn’t live without but we did have a wonderful visit with Janice and Kevin. They’ve moved Aria to the work yard there with a list of tasks a mile long to accomplish before they splash. We enjoyed a fun lunch at the Indiantown Golf Course. Nothing fancy but perfect for us. We hope to see them here in Stuart before we leave.
The picture was the sky out the hatch the other morning isn't it beautiful.
I never seem to take pictures when we get together with people. Too busy yacking
Vessel Name: Light Reach
Vessel Make/Model: Pacific Seacraft 37
Hailing Port: Annapolis Md
Crew: Scott and Sally and missing our CSO India the wonder Schnauzer she sails on in our hearts
Scott and Sally met in college, married and lived the average dirt dweller life for years always somewhere near the water. We fell in love with sailing in the early 90's. Summer of 2014 we both retired and became full time cruisers. [...]
Extra: "I must go down to the sea again, to the lonely sea and the sky; and all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by." John Masefield
Light Reach's Photos - Main
August 2015 visit to Keuka Lake (New York Finger Lakes)
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Created 2 September 2015