The night at Blakely was wonderfully quiet. After the sunset saw the City of Seattle showing her lights, a prime reason to stay in the harbor. In the morning after breakfast I did some cleaning of the boat, a small space gets messy quickly – but is also a short task to set right again … More Short hop from Blakely to Blake
After almost seven years Sweet Pea has once again returned to Puget Sound. She will be back on saltwater in a few more days! The drive from Denver was uneventful. I was in no real hurry so, in general, drove short distances and enjoyed being out of Colorado. Early this upcoming week I’ll take … More Sweet Pea has returned to the PNW!
is it May 1st?! some days it feels like just a few days after the holidays and new years … but no, five months has passed. very busy at Sage Marine. keeping just ahead of the demand for the Sage 17. a good feeling that the boat is popular and a success. picture below of … More busy building boats and a sailer’s video
after 18ish months ‘on the hard’ SWEET PEA again hit the water on Lake Granby, CO, at 8,200′ above sea level. the lake is the second largest in Colorado. the water level is low … like all lakes in CO this summer. the shoreline looks like it has been many years since the lake has … More SWEET PEA sails just fine
As I have stated before it has been some time since SWEET PEA has been sailed. The plan is for that to change over Labor Day Weekend 2012. A group of sailing friends (HPCC and MSOG folks) are getting together on Granby Lake, CO, for some boat time and socializing. SWEET PEA has her CO … More Getting back in the water
if SWEET PEA were a pet, child or spouse protective services would have taken her from me many months ago. it has been 14 months since SWEET PEA has been in the water. last August i hauled her to Colorado and she was parked next to the Sage Marine shop in the boat yard. i … More unhappy boat