Monthly Archives: June 2011
The wooden box was the first thing I noticed when Skip Schott came aboard Selah. A varnished cube of older wood, fastened by straps, it did nothing to complement his sleek black backpack of tools. “Let’s take her out,” he … Continue reading
More than once, I have heard operators chastised by the uscg for using ch16 for a radio check. Of course, the uscg message is a sort of confirmation, but no one likes stepping on the Coasties’ air time. I have … Continue reading
About 35 boats, hundreds of people, mostly Islanders by the look.