Author Archives: Amanda

About Amanda

Yogi, adventurer, and soon to be sailor...

Land ahoy!

It’s been just over a year that the three of us have been living aboard. We’ve moved boats a few times, and have had plenty of challenges to overcome. Lately though, our plans have started to shift. Originally we had … Continue reading

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It’s a good thing we like lemonade

It may sound cliche, but over the past year we have found ourselves with a great deal of lemons – those situations where things go wrong and you have two choices: let things get you down or make lemonade. We … Continue reading

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Surf ‘n’ Turf – the best of both worlds

Once again, I’ve fallen behind and owe an apology for slacking off with the blog. I do have a good reason though – planning and hosting a wedding where 90% of the guests were from out of province is a … Continue reading

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A little bit of heartbreak, but a whole lot of gratitude

I want to apologize in advance – this is going to be a fairly lengthy post, with a lot of back-story and catching up in the first half. If you just want the exciting bit, skip down about half way! … Continue reading

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But, how do you… make bread on a boat

After publishing my post about cooking on a boat, I’ve had a few people ask about my recipe for focaccia, so I thought I would share it here. I’ve experimented with a few different recipes, and finally came up with … Continue reading

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But, how do you…

Whenever living on a boat comes up in a conversation, there are inevitably many questions that come up, a lot of them starting with those four little words: “But, how do you…” I’ve tried to provide small snapshots of what … Continue reading

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A new year… a new boat

In my last post I promised a big reveal… our newest boat! After flipping the salvage boat, and selling Griffin (which was hard to let go), we’ve been down to one boat for MONTHS now. Lucky for us, my job … Continue reading

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