Tuesday, August 14, 2007

1000 DAYS AT SEA.

Yar Matey do you have a bit of the Pirate in you ? Do you lust for sunsets , adventure and the salty sea ? Do you crave tradewinds and the lure of the Islands? Do you just need a mental trip out of Dodge? Then have I got a treat for you....
You must go to the Blog linked to the title- it is breathtaking and So Inspiring. This beautiful Boat named the Anne is home to this wonderful couple and they are on a Mission and an Adventure of a lifetime. Add them to your blogroll, root for their goals, and enjoy the beautiful journey they are on......

9 comments:

mirth said...

Ahhhhh, a wonderful find E4E. ty

Given the chance, I would be on that boat in a heartbeat.

Robert Rouse said...

Did anyone ever tell you that you are a Thoughtful Blogger?  I did.

enigma4ever said...

Hey Mirth,.....me2...you bethca....

Robert: hmmmm, so I am a thoughtful blogger...wow...thanks..( I think you are pretty thoughtful yourself)

Daniel said...

Hey, Enigma, you do get around!

I used to be a yachtie myself and lived on my own boat for a couple of years. Never ventured too far offshore though because the ocean can be a brutal enemy. I'll put their link on my Special Links and thanks to you for your amazing discovery!

Cheers!

enigma4ever said...

I get around...yeah...and oh how I wish I was on THAT boat right now;...beautiful Anne....exquisite...

sigh....

you are more than welcome daniel...

( and if I ever get off this effin NO FLY LIST I will come down there and see you:-)

[ oh, yeah, the Enigma is on the effin No Fly LIst....just a nurse...that pissed off some of the Bushies...there are 1000's of us...it sucks...]

BUT one day I will get down under....for sure...

Frederick said...

so nice

Larry said...

You've been finding some good ones lately, and I wouldn't mind being on that boat myself.

an average patriot said...

I vote that they continue! You only go around once or so they say. Touring the ocean would be nice at least in tropical areas I think.
Love ocean sunrises and sunsets. I was lucky enough to grow up on the ocean in Salem, Ma. and had a rowboat as a little kid and lived the matey life since I was a child of the streets.
After the military I lived in Ipswich, Ma and dug clams for a living for a few years where you need a boat plus I fished and lobstered. Great life if you can do it but I am pretty much boated out but could go for a cruise.

Gary said...

I'm sure I'd get seasick and I'd need to be sure there was 1,000 days worth of coffee beans handy. But I can feel the freedome and joy and challenge and closeness of the two sailors. Wow.