Author Archives: Jeffrey


Tracy Arm/Fords Terror Wilderness – A Magical Place in Southeast Alaska

Visiting Tracy Arm/Fords Terror Wilderness

One of the best things about running the David B is getting to visit beautiful and wild places. One of our favorite places, Tracy Arm/Fords […]



Serendipity and the David B

Goofing off with Sarah Kirkish on the David B

A few of years ago we had a couple from Austin, Texas come on the David B for a cruise in […]



The Start of a New Season

We began our 2012 season on the first weekend in May. In the days leading up to our weekend getaway cruise I began to worry that I'd forgotten everything I […]


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The Bellingham Bay Rendezvous

We recently attended the Bellingham Bay Rendezvous which was a fun weekend event for unique charter boats like the David B. It was a blast to get to spend two […]


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Remembering the Old Times with Bill

This past week I spent some time with an old fisherman who stopped by the David B to celebrate his 87th birthday. He's the topic of my blog post for […]


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Christine has a New Blog on Yachting Magazine’s Website

Be sure to stop by Yachting Magazine's website once a week to check out Christine's newest gig as a blogger for Yachting Magazine. Every week she will be posting something […]


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Feeling My Way Though the Loss of Our Friend Jim Langei

Yesterday we lost a good friend, Jim Langei. Some of you know him from the trips he crewed with us on the David B. As I think about the events […]


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Slow Down – You Move to Fast

Simon and Garfunkel's lyrics "Slow down you move to fast, you've got to make the moment last.." has been playing over and over in my head the last few days. […]


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A Evening with Passion

Sometimes you find passion in the oddest places. On Saturday evening Jeffrey and I found ourselves at the door of a rather plain old house. Its 1940s mint green asbestos […]


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Of Ginger Cookies and the Galley of a Wooden Boat

It's been about a month now that More Faster Backwards has been published and Jeffrey and I are having a lot of fun promoting it in as many ways as […]


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