Small World Big Dream

Nonsense writings from sailors who lost their minds among the various boat improvement projects.

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We did it. We turned in our key fobs and left the marina. After racing around all day with last minute chores, we actually did it. It felt like the East Bay was bidding us adieu as it rained on us one last time. Honestly, I think the rain is the biggest reason we are […]

There’s something you should know about me. As a native Chicagoan, I was raised with the understanding that any posted speed limit was a mere (laughable) suggestion. It is understood that you go at least 20 over if you want to maintain pace with the rest of the cars on the freeway and if you […]

Fair warning: If you came here today to find an update on life aboard Small World riddled with my attempts to be funny and entertaining, I think you’re going to be disappointed. Today’s entry is going to be political AF. If you don’t want to read it, that’s fine. But this has to happen before […]

It was one of those days when I woke up with a song in my head and immediately had to listen to it. As the playlist continued and breakfast ended, Craig found a news story that was unexpected to say the least. While in Richmond for a Westsail Rendezvous, we shared the dock with an […]

“Hi, Coast Guard Sector San Francisco? Yeah we are on the beach near Daly City and we just saw someone land their parachute or glider in the ocean and we think they’re in trouble.” This is the story about how we are fucking heroes. Let me rewind and set the scene. That’s how real writers […]