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Thought I would share a couple pics of my "crew". This is Daisy. She makes sure I don't ever have to single hand our "new" Cal21, Makai.




Anyone else with furry supervision?

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A salty dog?

Well - a salty dog?
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Well - a salty dog?
Not exactly...we sail the lake...still too chicken for the big water Me, not her. She loves all things water.
We will hit the Puget Sound next summer.
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Jed,

The sound is not tooooo bad. Altho if the wind pipes up, the waves will be bigger proportionatly than on LW if that is where you are at and not samammish. The north end towards Kirkland is actually one of the rougher places I have sailed on LW.

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I'm actually on Lake Roesiger in Snohomish. Makai is moored in the back yard on my dock. The only wave action we see is wakes from the ski boats. I will be out on Lake WA soon enough and plan on checking out the Duck Dodge on Lake Union next summer too.
There is a guy that lives on the lake here with a 26' Thunderbird. I might try to see if I can hitch a ride with him out of Everett one day to get my feet wet before I sail the Sound on my own.
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We are very new to sailing and have a Border Collie that we are thinking about taking around the Gulf on a trip next summer. Outside of a life jacket for the dog, how do you handle her bathroom needs? She is temperamental about having grass to go on. (We learned that when we started to travel in the summers for several months) Perhaps we will not be able to take her and that will cause us not to go. Any Thoughts?
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My border collie has become a very seasoned boater. If we are at anchor I pull the bow of the dingy up using one of my winches and she walks right in. The same works getting her back in the sailboat. That saves my back! Other than that she loves the water. She not fond of lots of tacking though. It makes it a bit tough for her to find a comfy spot...
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This is our Landseer KB. He is too afraid of the gangway down to the wharf, but at 162 lbs. he would make some great rail meat.
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