For Sale

May 15th, 2007 by: joshua

As most of you know, we are planning to take a break from cruising. Since we don’t know when or where we will take it up again we have decided to put the TimeMachine up for sale. There are too many boats sitting in storage and we’d rather see the TimeMachine on the water and being enjoyed. Also, Cheyenne has certain criteria for the next cruising trip: standing headroom everywhere and a dedicated double bunk! We still plan to haul it out and do some necessary work and a few cosmetic things. A classified ad will be in the June issue of Latitude 38 among other places.

The obvious questions is “What will happen to the blog?” We’ve been discussing it and the current plan is to continue blogging in continous manner using the same database. However, after we sell the TimeMachine we may move the continous blog to another domain and leave as a static site about this experience. We are radically unprepared for normalization and have no intention of settling down to normal jobs, so the adventures should continue although they may not always involve sailing.

5 Comments on “For Sale”

  1. Jill says:

    Hmmm…so much for vicarious sailing…

  2. Jason says:

    Good luck–it’s been interesting reading about your adventures!

  3. Tom McCarthy says:

    Hey Josh and Cheyenne – can’t tell you how much I have enjoyed your blog/website. If you are ever in the San Juan Islands, our boat The Reluctant is at your disposal. 30′ monohull and not too quick, but damn comfortable. The last time I saw Josh was back in the day – for some reason you were through Gold Beach and stayed the night, driving a white Alfa that I had to take for a spin (I love Alfas).

    Fair winds,

    Tom McC.

  4. joshua says:

    Hey Tom, I didn’t know you were reading. I haven’t seen you since that time in Gold Beach. ’90? What island are you on? We love the San Juans.

  5. Larry says:

    Hmmmm…. I see a way us ‘Folks’ can stay connected. It has been my dream to sail the SouthSeas (ala Michener) since college days. I can do crew for the next sail. I go part time next year :).
    We await your next trek and visit.

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