Hey, humans! I’ve been quite busy. Turns out when global pandemics destroy your minor plans, there’s not much else to do but quietly despair for a moment or five and then! FOR PLOTTING! Some intrepid characters have been inquiring about the new adventures I’m embarking on. New adventures? NEW adventures? First of all, best beloveds,Continue reading “Finishing up in boatland”
Author Archives: Sail Away
Sitting in the northeastern US, like a small grey pebble.
Here I am. Very small. Mossy.
There you are. No pictures; so I will make a picture with words.
Happy Easter, watermelon people
When in doubt, table that ish.
This isn’t much of an update. I just built a table, and like a small child, I must now show it to you all.
And then, there’s this
An Inuit-design-based Arctic Windsled.
SHIPS. And chickens. But SHIPS.
Long time, no speak. I hope you all are well, feeding your neighbors in this time of troubles and all that jazz.
Love in a time of uncertainty
This one is really long
I am sorry
Stay well, and don’t forget to get green things and art all up in your life, especially in this time of chaos.
A February Thing
Howdy, my peeps.
This is just a quick note to all of you, in appreciation for your continued existence and support. Thank you to all of y’all.
Going Winter Hiking?
Winter is settling in; and with the shortening days it can be easy to fall into a slump. If you’re like me, and houses kill your soul a little bit, but you’re stuck because it’s freezing cold outside (and sometimes inside, too)… Here is a wee multiple-part series describing how I do wintering outside. This first part covers pre-trail preparation, clothing and footwear.