When our decision was made to begin the process of moving aboard I started feverishly researching the best vessel for our situation. I spent weeks scouring the internet for articles and blogs and message boards about living aboard to find out other people’s opinions about the boats they lived on. Through the research I found … Continue reading The Big Flip Flop.
“Millions of people worldwide have fallen for the 40 – 40 – 40 scam. The 40 – 40 – 40 scam is where you make someone else rich by working 40+ hours a week for 40 years and then try to retire on 40% of what you couldn’t afford to live off in the first … Continue reading Wisdom.
My wife and I have decided to start implementing a 5 year plan. The ultimate goal of the plan is to end up living on a boat on Kent Island in Maryland. For me, the dream of living on the water started when I was a kid and my family had a small trailer in … Continue reading A Little History (a.k.a. Josh’s First Post)
Just a few things for today. Josh and I were talking last night about his brilliant idea to start a website in order to document our journey. Maybe as a way to make a couple bucks somehow in the future, but, more importantly, maybe as a way to give someone the courage to take a … Continue reading Just Some Updates.
“Normal is getting dressed in clothes you buy for work and driving through traffic in a car that you are still paying for in order to get to the job that you need to pay for the clothes and the car, and the house you leave vacant all day so you can afford to live … Continue reading Wisdom.
On Saturday, 10/1/2016, we made our way to the Bay Bridge Marina for PassageMaker’s TrawlerFest 2016. It was rainy and chilly before we even left the house, but, we figured it might be a good opportunity to get some time to climb around the boats we’ve been studying on the internet. So, we decided we would definitely go. … Continue reading TrawlerFest 2016 Review.