[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]June 30, 2016. I cannot believe we have been "full-time" cruisers on this boat for one whole month. Time flew by when I was in the working world, as in I would blink and the weekend is over, and then I turn my head, and it had been 6 years with Altria and I had no idea where the time went. Well truly time flies FASTER when you are having fun.

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Off we go! We worked our last full day of Work on Wed June 1, and then like that, we set sail at daybreak on Thursday June 2. Setting sail for the adventure of a lifetime. And that is has been so far. I'm going to try to give you a play by play but not boring recap of our 3 day sail

[vc_row][vc_column][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Day 1: Aerial Yoga Class. Kudzu Aerial. Fairhope, AL. Not sure what to expect. Grab a "vine" as Megrez would say. Left feeling completely rejuvenated. Didn't sweat a drop but woke up Monday sore from neck to toe and walking funny. The elongation you can get from working out with props and in this case the silks as

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Here it is: my first blog post. Our sail from St, Petersburg, FL, to our home port of Fairhope, AL. Of course it didn't start out smoothly as we trailered our dinghy down but didn't bring the key to get the motor off the dinghy to stow while sailing. So several hours of contemplating, stressing, calling locksmiths, we decided to screw it: let's go. Hoist it up using the halyards and get old comforters and tie it down. Get diesel and head out: we can do this even though none of us have ever sailed anything bigger than a sunfish.