On Canada Day we added a ‘Whitby, ON’ sticker to the boat, just under our boat name SpontaneoUs.
We have owned the boat for almost 4 years but I’ve been reluctant to add a “home” port. Doing so feels like… growing roots. I don’t like roots. I joke that I must have been a gypsy in my previous life. I cringe at the idea of living in the same house for, well, forever. Continue reading “Home Is Where my Heart is!”
One of the most received questions we get from people is “how will you all be able to stand each other for 3 months in such a small space?”
It’s funny because I never once had any concern with this. I guess because I’m sort of the opposite. I love being around people. I go more crazy when I’m absolutely alone. So, it therefore never registered that living in 300 sqft might be a problem for anyone. Continue reading “Our Tiny House”
For their birthdays the girls wanted mermaid tails. So like many things, I decided we could make our own much more affordably. Therefore, we headed to the fabric store and the girls picked what they wanted. I bought the actual tail fin from Fin Fun.
Project of late? A cover for our Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP). We keep our boards on the front Deck of the boat so they are in constant weather. Therefore, Doug wanted me to make a cover. Continue reading “Protection for our Toys”
Holy Cow. Time flies. It is Spring. The boat is in the water. We are busy getting ready for my brothers wedding, and busy getting the house ready to sell. We have been flip flopping between the Great Loop or the Little Loop. Guess closing of the house will be the final determining factor. Continue reading “Spring Splash”
As I previously mentioned, our boat isn’t the typical live aboard type boat. We don’t have actual separate cabins. The V-Berth (bed at the front of the boat) has a curtain to pull across, and the aft berth has a spot which could have a curtain (I need to make one) but really, what we like about our boat is the open concept. That being said, I originally had the girls sharing the aft berth but with the arguments I’m already getting I know this is not going to be a sustainable solution. Continue reading “Making Sleeping Space”