I know this is against the norm in the blogging world but, I try to keep the site clean and easy to read for our reader’s enjoyment. For this reason, I opted to keep comments to one page. We would love to hear from you. Do not let my wacky thought process deter you from expressing your feelings regarding our postings or another items of interest you want to share.

  • Thoughts on the cruising lifestyle?
  • Do you have an favorite sailing destination or a place you think we should avoid?
  • Send us your favorite recipe.
  • Have you read any good books lately?
  • What would you like to know about us?

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Mark and Cindy


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  1. Kendall Linn

    Hey! I’m Ed Stewart’s daughter. Mom has been forwarding emails to me for some time and I really enjoy them. Your pictures are spectacular, no matter what you might say, and I LOVE your writing style. Look forward to hearing more adventures 🙂

    • Mark

      Hi Kendall, Thanks for reaching out to us. And also, thank you so much for the kind words. Ed is a really neat guy, he helped me a lot with our SSB radio and joined me on a sail from Ft. Lauderdale to St Petersburg Fl.
      All the best,
      Mark and Cindy

  2. Marie Holmes

    Watching all the storm tracks this morning. Are you going to get some wind and rain from Isaac? Hope all is well in your floating home…..

    • Mark

      Hi Marie,
      We are expecting the opposite, thankfully. We are far enough south to be unaffected by hurricanes. Bonaire, although not totally free of hurricanes lays outside of the normal zone. As Issac passes north of us, it will suck the wind out of here and we will have a calm few days. This is unusual for Bonaire as it normally has trade winds year round blowing a constant 15-20 knots from the east.

  3. Thanks for the flamingo picture. They used to be my favorite birds when I was little. 🙂

  4. Claudia

    Hi . I have been reading your blog from the beginning and am a big fan. Your recent post about government red tape reminded me of a question I have had about your lifestyle. Since you are required in the US to have a residential address and not just a P.O. box on your drivers license , what do you use for an address ? So curious about this as I am encountering problems with this that seem an obstacle to selling it all and traveling full time. Thanks!

    • Mark

      Hi Claudia,

      Very good question. There is a company in Florida called St. Brendan’s Isle that provides an excellent service:
      Most people we know use this or a similar option. In addition, it is good to have a friend or relative who will let you use their address. Hope this helps.


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