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Living Aboard blogs?

If someone were considering living aboard, what blogs would you refer them to? (This started in response to a new member introduction and seemed worthy of its own thread)

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Here are a couple:

We Live On A Boat

Loose Moorings


and oh, I can't resist a little self-promotion: Life Afloat
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Read my mind!

I was thinking this was a good thread topic, too!

Here are the blogs I follow:

SV Footprint

Around the world on SLAPDASH

The Voyage of Padma

s/v Pelican - Following A Dream (of course!)


Others I've found:
S/V M'Lady Kathleen

Captain's Blog

and I'm sure there are lots more....
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I was thinking this was a good thread topic, too!

Here are the blogs I follow:

SV Footprint

Around the world on SLAPDASH

The Voyage of Padma

s/v Pelican - Following A Dream (of course!)


Others I've found:
S/V M'Lady Kathleen

Captain's Blog

and I'm sure there are lots more....
Jeez - can't believe I forgot our own labatt on Pelican
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Cruising America - Halcyon Days
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I found this one recently. She is in Massachusetts for the winter, under a tarp.

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