Tag Archives: Sailing

One step forward…

So, this weekend the mast came out of the shed and into the sunlight!  Jamie set about it with his plane and in no time the new timber was a perfect match and apart from the colour, was hard to … Continue reading

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Tango Tango, Sierra, Oscar, Sierra…

New heads now installed aboard.  Last weekend, with the help of our unofficial bosun, Tellytubby (everyone in my club seems to have a nickname, some make sense, others are a bit obscure) we completed the sanitation upgrade.  Next New Years … Continue reading

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Just when you thought it was safe to leave the water…

…the sun comes out and the wind returns to a sense of its duty.  What an odd end to September.  As I sit typing this I can hear the wind gusting past the house, the roses are banging the windows … Continue reading

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Welcome to The Blind Sailor blog

I have been registered blind for twenty years. Sight loss affects people, on an emotional level, in different ways. To give you an idea, it took me several years to admit I had a problem and get a long-cane. A … Continue reading

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