Reflections on My First 2,000 Nautical Miles
As I bob at anchor here in Cabo San Lucas, I look back on the journey from San Francisco. Here’s what I’ve learned along the way.
Isn’t Sailing the World Dangerous?
Some people ask: Isn’t sailing an ocean DANGEROUS? To which I respond: Is crossing the street safe? I am more afraid of NOT LIVING than I am of dying.
Science’s Hardest Unsolved Mysteries
There are two questions that science has not yet been–and may not ever be–able to answer.
A touching poem that my dear friend Christine is generously allowing me to share with you. This poem beautifully depicts one aspect of why I’m embarking on this sailing journey. “That Poem” by Christine Esenther Someone at the Center of the Universe Café read a poem It’s the best poem I ever heard there It’s…
Why Marriage Is Not For Me
I’ve had occasion recently to reflect on the nature of romantic relationships. Full disclosure: I was married once. I understand that it works for some folks. I found that it didn’t work for me. Let me be clear. I have no issue with committing to a life-long romantic partnership with the right person. In fact,…