Tag Archives: Life

Feast or Famine

Life of Riley Cool drinks with little umbrellas. Sailing into the sunset for excitement and adventure. We feast on a lifestyle that most only dream. So why do I write about feast and famine? Because life isn’t that simple no … Continue reading

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Projects Meant to Show Respect

We’re in the islands now. That means we have to respect a multitude of cultures and countries, all within a few days travel of one another. For US citizens this can be a pretty simple procedure, but one thing you … Continue reading

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Luperon, Dominican Republic

We rocked and rolled into the Dominican Republic after a 24 hour sail. Upon our approach, a rainbow appeared in the sky so brilliant, the legs of the rainbow reflected off the water to touch our small vessel. We were … Continue reading

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Captain of Your Own Vessel

The wind in your sails and water moving under the keel. What better feeling of freedom can there be? For Fawkes it’s been so long since we’ve moved the boat strictly by wind. You see we’ve spent the last three … Continue reading

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Traveling: A Constant Contrast In Self

When you travel through life the scenery changes. It doesn’t matter if you’re on vacation or living everyday. At times life can seem barren and stark. Stark can be beautiful, too. Take a look at the pictures from the Bahamas … Continue reading

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Journey or Destination: Life Changes

There’s always a beginning, a middle and an end. The first chapters of a book pull you into the story . That’s how it is when we embark on a new adventure. The promise of sailing to new locations is … Continue reading

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Patience and Excitement

Everyone knows that patience is your friend. A mother who shows patience and compassion to her toddler is my hero. One who makes that patience look easy is a super hero. As any parent will tell you raising children will … Continue reading

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