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An Existential “V-Berth”day Acceptance of Fate — OddGodfrey: The Oddly Compelling Story of a Sailing Circumnavigation of the World

“What are we going to do for your birthday, Leslie?” “Hmmm….I don’t know…” Our friends had been asking me this for a couple weeks prior the big day, and I’d been dragging my feet in making any sort of plans. A hike maybe? A beach day maybe? Dinner at a restaurant? Sail out and a

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Seychellois Kreole Food — OddGodfrey: The Oddly Compelling Story of a Sailing Circumnavigation of the World

In normal times, we cast upon a new shore and immediately get to exploring. usually, we don’t have much time to waste, a sailor must sail on. With all this indecision and uncertainty playing into our lives, I find it hard to focus on exploration. It seems out of context and strange to do. I don’

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Deciding to Push Through Or Wait Out This “Covid” Lull in the Wind — OddGodfrey: The Oddly Compelling Story of a Sailing Circumnavigation of the World

S/V Sonrisa, a 1981 Valiant 40 Sailboat with a tendency toward strong opinions and flowing ink in her pen takes you along for the ride in this blog post as she decides whether to push her crew to sail onward or wait for a wind shift in this post-covid cruising world.

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