Christi will be doing a book signing at West Marine in Point Loma (1250 Rosecrans St, San Diego, CA 92106) from 10:00 – 3:00 this Saturday, May 29th. We were originally also going to do a presentation on the around the world journey, but the presentation has been rescheduled for June 26th at 1:00 pm. We hope to meet some of our blog readers either this Saturday or on June 26th.
We had hoped to keep up real-time postings for the road trip, but it didn’t work out. We’ll post the rest of the highlights soon and do full write ups in the relatively near future. Meanwhile, we wanted to remind everyone that we are speaking at Trawlerfest in Anacortes, WA this weekend. On Friday from 2:30 to 3:30 about our circumnavigation aboard Kosmos. On Saturday we will be doing a joint presentation with Denis and Mary Unstot on adjusting to living aboard. We hope that we will get to meet many blog readers in Anacortes!
Tuesday, May 4: Day 11: Brookfield, Connecticut to Kennebunk, Maine
Miles for the day: 286
We added our very last 2 containers of fuel:
We took a fascinating guided “Freedom Trail Tour” in Boston. Our tour guide was an actor playing the role of Barzillai Lew, who was a free black man who served as a soldier with distinction during the American Revolution. Here he is showing us Paul Revere’s headstone in the Granary Burial Ground:
We want to save most of the great information and pictures for the full write up we will eventually do, but here are a few teasers from the Freedom Trail. This building was built in 1865. Prior to that, this site held the first public Continue reading
It is easy to fall behind real time posting. Sometimes we do not have good Internet, but usually after a long day of driving, we are just too tired to sort through pictures and do a post. Here are 4 days in one post.
Friday, April 30, 2010: Day 7: Lake St. Louis, Missouri to Dayton, Ohio
Total miles for the entire trip was 2430 at the end of the day.
Adding 2 containers of fuel before leaving the Hocker’s house:
Visit to the arch in St. Louis, Missouri:
View from the top of the arch:
Covered bridge in Greenup, Illinois: Continue reading
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