<Edited Jul/2019: I found this post in draft format when I came back to managing the site recently. I had written it one year ago, when I was finishing moving our belongings out of Pesto. I believe I may have sent it privately to Adriana, Paulo and Raquel – but we were all in such a whirlwind of emotions then. Moreover, since all content of the site went back “live”, I think this is where this one story belongs as well. After all, every single word here is and will be forever alive>
<Written July/ 2018 in Whangarei, NZ, on my last day aboard Pesto>
Before we embarked on this Journey, and as I thought of it, what came to imagination were pristine anchorages, epic offshore passages, adventure.
It all happened.
And then, there was something else …
Continue reading “The Bonus”
Tonight may be the last time I sleep onboard Pesto.
Only the future knows.
Whatever it comes to be, though, it will not be the same again.
Continue reading “Tonight”
As much as it bothers me that our kids still play video games while we cruise, I do find comfort in that they are using part of it – their gizmos, the gaming platforms, our precious little bandwidth – to keep their network, their Social Network that is, fresh and active. And it is very interesting to see how they interact with all this. Continue reading “All Those Gizmos”
It’s been a long, long time … so, where to I start from?
Probably with a quick recap, right? Here it is then: Continue reading “Back to Posting”
It’s a common understanding that weather forecasts beyond 3 days into the future are to be taken with a grain of salt. But how much salt is really necessary? I did some experimentation to check:
Continue reading “on Long Term Forecasting”