I don't think you can see it but there is a "for sale" sign on the back of this little beauty. It's up in the boat yard in Port Townsend, where I spend a lot of time. It's a 28' Bristle Chanel Cutter built of wood and it is beautiful. The interior is made of exotic hard woods with a lot of brass accents. the owner told me they have gone around the world twice in it. I really love our Airstream, but, I would trade in a minute.
Well here we are, side by side on moving day. I'm glad that's over. Now all we have to do is sell the small one. Can you see Cooper in the shade of the trailer. Of course we had to pick a hot day in the north west.
This is Denny. He was a friend of mine 35 years ago when we were in the same yacht club in southern California. He and his wife had a Petterson 44ft sail boat just like the one Sheri and I had and we cruised a lot of Mexico together. Denny and his wife Barb now own a small farm here in Port Townsend. The were at the fair showing their prize primitive sheep. They took home all of the blue ribbons this year. Denny is a good friend and a grate sailor.
Well here we were in line to catch the ferry home from the main land when we picked up the new Airstream. This was 2 1/2 weeks ago and we are moved in and getting everything in place. That 30ft trailer looks really long!
We have been sailors most of our lives. Now we are getting ready to embark on a life of full time rv ing. We lived in Washington state for several years and really miss the trees and ocean so as of Jan.2 were on our way again.