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Winter Lull

Posted on: Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013 in: Cruising Notes

With the exception of some monthly main engine / generator / heating system exercise, Lea Scotia has been sitting unattended since Thanksgiving.  She’s tucked away on the NE side of Lake Washington in Kenmore, protected from big chop and chilling in fresh water.  With some heat and a high quality dehumidifyer she’s dry inside and in […]

’tis the season!

Posted on: Wednesday, December 12th, 2012 in: Cruising Notes

It’s beginning to look at lot like Christmas aboard Lea Scotia!  Somehow the summer got away from us.  However, we did get quite a lot of sailing in this summer between charters and a 2 week trip up to the San Juan Islands.  I hope to get some pics and some notes up during the […]

Brisk Elliott Bay Sailing

Posted on: Monday, July 23rd, 2012 in: Cruising Notes

Between sunny Downtown Sailing Series events and brisk and breezy charter sails on Elliott Bay Marina, it’s been a fun month on the water.  Although the risk of getting sun burned has been lower than you might expect for July, the wind has been better, and there’s always something interesting to look at near the […]