Regular readers may have noticed a rather, shall we say, relaxed pace of posting in the last month or so. This does not indicate any lack of interest on the part of Phyllis, Colin, Matt and I, but rather is a manifestation of our usual summer slow down due to all of us being extremely busy with other things like actually getting “Out There” on our own boats. An activity that in turn, and in time, will spark lots of great new content.
You may also have noticed some gaps in our responsiveness to comments and emails. This is due to the challenges of finding reliable internet while traveling and sailing—that’s the downside, or maybe the upside, of cruising.
On the Adventure 40 front, I’m well aware (several readers have reminded me) that I have promised posts on the deck/rig and interior. They will appear, but it may be a few more weeks. Recognize that me rushing these posts, even if I had the time and mindshare available, would not accelerate the appearance of the boat since the key man in the whole operation, Erik, will not be back from the Arctic until late September.
Don’t forget that there are nearly 500 posts (menu above) in the archives and 25 Online Books to read during this slow period.
Have a great summer all. And to our readers south of the Equator, the sun is already heading your way.