Having lived on Pearl oddly enough requires one to do regular housekeeping, or in this case boat-keeping, on the interior. Messy is ok. Grubby is not good. There are a couple of things that I have learned over the past few months that I figured IR Continue reading ...!
As it turned out, the day that Pigoletto arrived in Key West coincided with the first annual “Talk Like a Pirate” pub crawl. How could we resist. We had to join. Urged on by my friend MaryLynne from the Pirate Costume Store on Simonton St Continue reading ...!
Batten down the hatches. Secure your valuables. Evacuate your children and pets. The Dread Pirate Pigoletto is bound for Key West, destined for the Dry Tortugas.
The Dread Pirate Pigoletto
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Isaac was an interesting experience. While I had to set a boat up for a hurricane previously in the British Virgin Islands, this time I couldn’t call the charter company, hand the boat off, and walk away. The storm itself where I was in Key Wes Continue reading ...!