The bigger reason is that with some 6000-7000 miles and 60 degrees of high latitude to cover over the summer, assuming we pull our plan off, we may not have a lot of energy left over for posting.
Colin, Attainable Adventure Cruising’s European Correspondent, has generously offered to pick up some of the slack, but he and Louise have exciting and challenging plans of their own for the summer too.
And maybe this is the way it should be. After all, what is more important: actually getting out there and doing it, or writing about it?
Anyway, please don’t think that we are losing interest in the site. In fact we have some great improvements planned for next winter.
Posts In The Moment
When we do post this summer, it will be a lot more about where we are and what we are doing, than equipment and techniques. But don’t worry gear heads, the summer’s voyage will give us plenty of grist for many technical articles, which we will publish over next fall and winter.
For those of you that comment on the site, which we really appreciate by the way, it may be several weeks before we can respond, since doing so does require internet access.
By the way, I had hoped to finish the series on anchor chain that I started a week ago. But it may not happen because that type of post takes a lot of time that I just don’t have right now. Rest assured that I will get back to the chain series in the fall.