Violette wanted to go on a treasure hunt today so I downloaded the Geocache App to my cell phone and off we went.
The story of Castor and Pollux goes dates back to antiquity and runs through many civilizations. Inspired by the night sky, the ancients developed a rich and colorful story about the Gemini constellation. Story turned to myth, myth turned into religion and now it has turned into reality with our epic adventure. So one might […]
We have decided to offer the main sail and head sail to any business that would like advertise on Branded Sails. The idea arose from the need to raise more funds for this project. While looking for a company that can put graphic designs on sailboat sails, we found EMC Outdoor, an outdoor advertising specialists, […]
Good news everyone! We have new business cards and magnetic signs for our vehicles. After several days working in Vista Print we have designed the final version of our business cards.
This beautiful fore-and-aft rigged sailing ship was developed in Bermuda during the 17th century. It’s the father of all modern sailing yachts because of the design of its hull and the shape of the sail. In the single-masted form it gives its name to all modern sloops. When in its two mast form we call […]
Let me start by giving a big thanks to my father, who we affectionately call Zeus, for helping out with an extra computer while my Alienware Area 51 computer is down. As the autopsy progresses on my dead Alienware, we hope to find the problem, fix it and bring the aliens back to life as […]
From the beginning of the 16th century to the mid-19th century tall ships roamed the oceans conducting trade and naval warfare in a global struggle for world power. Square-rigged sailing ships carried Europeans and goods to all corners of the world in one of the most expansive human migrations in history.
Frederick, Maryland is home to trendy shops, historic homes, museums and Civil War battlefields. It’s a must-see destination for any history enthusiast and is the site of two bloody Civil War battles at Monocacy Junction and South Mountain.
It was a dark day yesterday at Area 51 when all the Aliens refused to do anymore computing. Apparently they are not happy with there working conditions. So in response to there actions I was forced to bring in scabs from Toshiba.
While on shore leave to the capital of Pennsylvanian, I found many interesting sights, sounds, smells and tastes. Harrisburg is a cornucopia of culture and the seat of the government for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.