Catamaran Cruising the Caribbean

As we finish our week sailing across the Caribbean, we have learned that there is no better way to see these islands than by private boat…

…especially after last year’s storms. The recovery is coming along onshore, but everything has returned to its normal state of paradise on the water.

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As we finish our week sailing across the Caribbean, we have learned that there is no better way to see these islands than by private boat…

…especially after last year’s storms. The recovery is coming along onshore, but everything has returned to its normal state of paradise on the water.

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Cowboy Up, Surf’s Up for the Surf Rodeo

Everything from avocados and artichokes, to jazz and jalopies, to strawberries and salsa, to whales and wine are celebrated almost every weekend across the Golden State. But what could be more Californian than surfing, or more Western than a Rodeo? CONTINUE READING >> 

Everything from avocados and artichokes, to jazz and jalopies, to strawberries and salsa, to whales and wine are celebrated almost every weekend across the Golden State. But what could be more Californian than surfing, or more Western than a Rodeo? CONTINUE READING >> 

Venturing through Ventura on California’s Gold Coast

Over all Southern California is extremely bike friendly, but some places are friendlier than others. We aren’t big fans feeling like we might wind up like a bug on a windshield. Luckily, just a few miles up the coast the quaint beach town of San Buenaventura is a very different story…

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Over all Southern California is extremely bike friendly, but some places are friendlier than others. We aren’t big fans feeling like we might wind up like a bug on a windshield. Luckily, just a few miles up the coast the quaint beach town of San Buenaventura is a very different story…

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Cedar Key – Florida’s Spare Key

It’s clam-tastic!

Cedar Key sits just off the coast in the northwest corner of the Gulf of Mexico, clear across the state from the well-known chain of islands down south.

The locals like to call it the “Island That Time Forgot,” and… CONTINUE READING >>

It’s clam-tastic!

Cedar Key sits just off the coast in the northwest corner of the Gulf of Mexico, clear across the state from the well-known chain of islands down south.

The locals like to call it the “Island That Time Forgot,” and… CONTINUE READING >>