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Reality bites

Hey Internet, Thank you for reading our blog and for your positive words of encouragement since we started writing. Regrettably, this will probably be the last post we do on this trip. Some things have come up and we are … Continue reading

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So close

Hello from Fernandina Beach, Florida! Yes, we made it to Florida, which is 300 miles long and we’re at the very north tip of it, but still, it’s not too cold here. To all our friends in the northeast, we … Continue reading

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Hi from Charleston, South Carolina, Intracoastal Waterway mile 570! That means we’ve gone 570 miles down this ditch since Norfolk, which we left on December 11, and about 400 since we last wrote. It seems ridiculously fast for us, but … Continue reading

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Dolphins and monkeys

It’s about 60 degrees here in Oriental, North Carolina, so instead of the holidays getting closer, it seems as if time is reversing. It worked… we headed south, and now it’s sort of warm! Last time I wrote, we were … Continue reading

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Hey world, it’s been a minute. We’ve left Stout at our very generous friend Mike’s house in Virginia, and got a ride back to Philly to visit friends and family this week before finally heading south. Since our last post, we’ve … Continue reading

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Same sh*t, different day

It’s 9 days after our last post and we’re in St. Michael’s, a beautiful town with a fantastic maritime museum. We are cold. And we’re probably 200% more confident at sailing Stout than we were the last time I wrote something … Continue reading

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Breaking up with the world

Hello everyone! Here in Rock Hall, Maryland, we’re finally getting a chance to update you about our first few weeks on the water. Basically we left Philly, went down the Delaware to the Chesapeake/Delaware Canal, stopped in Chesapeake City, and have … Continue reading

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