FOR MANY MOONS

This is a journal of observation and occasional insight. To read chronologically, click “Start at the Beginning” above. To read about the boat only, choose from the menu above.

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Many Moons Goes To Bed

Our floating home isn’t floating any more. After her 6,200-mile journey through 19 states followed by 2+ leisurely months in her home waters, Mainship Many Moons has been lifted from the water at tiny Pequaming Marina on Keweenaw Bay. She still flies the gold burgee that identifies her as a “finisher” of The Great Loop. … Continue reading Many Moons Goes To Bed

The Fence

Our first construction project at Camp Many Moons stretches over 90′, rises about 10′, and is made of local hemlock. Our fabulous new fence! And we put it up all by ourselves. So satisfying. Why a fence when we live remotely, you ask? Because it isn’t that remote. Yes, we have 300 feet of waterfront, … Continue reading The Fence

Happy Land Lubbers

Mainship Many Moons left Camp Many Moons over a week ago and sits in a marina about 8 miles’ drive away, awaiting her lift-out date. We miss seeing it anchored off-shore and spending the night on board. But we aren’t mourning. So much to do — and fun to have — at the camp which … Continue reading Happy Land Lubbers

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