We’ve had 8700 hits on 160 posts since we started. That’s an average of 54 readers per post. I have to tell you I’m surprised. Most of you are family and friends I already knew. Some of you are new friends. Some of you are companies and other weird stuff. (May have something to do with liking blogs you have no interest so they’ll like you back and get your site more traffic – I just don’t get that)
Because of the “Project that must not be named” I haven’t done near as much sailing and boat rehab as I wanted (OK – none at all). And the number of blog posts has definitely reduced this year .vs. last year. I am happy to report that it is almost over. I have a projected date of Nov 26 to complete, and the plan is to be done by Thanksgiving.
Good news to report is that all my kids will be here and we get to have a large Traditional Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings! Yay! I am hoping it will be a double celebration as we celebrate both the project completion and the holiday.
My how time flies when you get older. It seems like such a short time ago that I brought that first O’Day 22 home. I have spent that time collecting water craft, and here is the list.
- Wind Surfer – full working order
- Blue Sea Kayak – full working order
- Gray Sea Kayak – rudder needs repair
- Sunfish – trailer in pieces, and boat stripped to bare hull (but finally dry inside!)
- Catalina 22′ – Inoperable – waiting on keel replacement
I plan to get all these functional over the winter and I am thinking my new years resolution will be to sail 60 times next year, and go on 3 overnight boat trips on the Chesapeake in the Catalina.
I will also be joining the West River Sailing Association where they race several different kinds of boats. One of which is an F-16 Catamaran and another is a laser fleet. Can’t wait to go racing again!
Wish me luck, and thanks for coming along for the ride.