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  • We’re Adopted by Natives!!! Palmerston Island, Population: 35

    The tiny speck of palm fringed sand has no airport, no harbor and a dwindling population of 35 inhabitants.  All decedents of one man and three wives.  See The Full Story At: We’re Adopted by Natives!!! Palmerston Island, Population: 35 Click here for full post: https://www.gonewiththewynns.com/adopted-palmerston-island Twitter: @the_wynns YouTube: gonewiththewynns Instagram: the_wynns More

  • When Boating Doesn’t Go To Plan!

    [embedded content] Boating and boat life is about freedom and getting away from the constraints of city life. However when we take our floating home into a city, things take a turn for the worse. This week in our canal boat life series, we’re passing through the centre of Toulouse, Click here for full post: […] More

  • Dogs & Cats On Boats

    Because we don’t have a real-life cat or dog aboard our sailboat, I have to get my fix other ways. My Mollie McGhie Sailing Mystery series features a Japanese bobtail cat named Mrs. Moto and I occasionally blog here about an imaginary cat named Simon, but it’s doesn’t always hit Click here for full post: […] More

  • Eating Our Way Through A (Non-) Hurricane

    When Hurricane Dorian was forecast to be on a collision course with Indiantown, we freaked out a little. What do you do when you freak out? Us? We make hotel reservations and skip town. Fortunately for us, Dorian didn’t come within spitting distance of Indiantown. Unfortunately for us, our reservations were Click here for full […] More

  • This Sailboat Will Blow Your Mind! The Not-So-Lost Art of Polynesian Navigation

    Little did we know, we were about to get an intimate introduction to not only the Cook Islands, but also to the not-so-lost art of Polynesian Sailing. See The Full Story At: This Sailboat Will Blow Your Mind! The Not-So-Lost Art of Polynesian Navigation Click here for full post: https://www.gonewiththewynns.com/art-of-polynesian-navigation Twitter: @the_wynns YouTube: gonewiththewynns Instagram: […] More

  • Cost Of Living Aboard A Broken Boat | July & August 2019

    Oops! I meant to post this in September and never got around to it. Too many distractions with a hurricane headed our way. But better late than sorry. We track and report every penny we spend living aboard and cruising on Tickety Boo, our Moody 346 sailboat for a couple Click here for full post: […] More

  • This Was A Bad Idea – Sailing With My Brother

    Jason’s brother joins us in Tahiti for our last hurrah! He shares what he really thinks about our alternative lifestyle on the sea and our lives as creators. See The Full Story At: This Was A Bad Idea – Sailing With My Brother Click here for full post: https://www.gonewiththewynns.com/sailing-tahiti-brother Twitter: @the_wynns YouTube: gonewiththewynns Instagram: the_wynns More

  • Got Swindled But The Sailing Is Sweet

    Join us as we discover some sad evidence that we were swindled on a rather big (and important) part of our boat and a lovely couple of days at sea.  A little yin, and a lot of yang. See The Full Story At: Got Swindled But The Sailing Is Sweet Click here for full post: […] More

  • 6 weeks in Tonga: part one- Vava’u September 2018

    Meant to post this last week… so we’re no longer in Tongan Language week, but we can pretend we still are. Enjoy- @afamilyafloat Mālō e lelei, it’s time to celebrate Tongan Language Week – Uike Kātoanga’i ‘o e Lea Faka-Tonga. Tonga is known as the ‘Otu Motu Anga’ofa, which means Click here for full post: […] More

  • Nothing To See Here

    I’ve got nothing for you today because there’s been too much going on with hurricane prep, hurricane stress eating, and hurricane conversations around the marina. At the time of writing (Sunday afternoon), things are up in the air as to what Hurricane Dorian will do. We’re still in the cone of Click here for full […] More

  • Wordless Wednesday | Hurricane Prep

    Wordless Wednesday is supposed to be about posting a photo(s) without any words. But, I’m a rule breaker, so here are a few words:   1 – It’s that time of year again when hurricane season is in full swing in Florida. 2 – Dorian may or may not impact us. Click here for full […] More

  • What We Eat When There’s No Fresh Food

    We’re sailing one of the most remote archipelagos in the world and we’re down to a couple of bendy carrots along with a few cloves of garlic.  I knew we were going to run out of fresh foods eventually…and today is that day. See The Full Story At: What We Click here for full post: […] More

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