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Thanks for checking out my blog – a collection of posts about the places we go, the things we do, and photos of our adventures! Shortly after moving aboard, the COVID-19 pandemic hit, so our passage north has been a bit stop-start. But we consider ourselves very lucky and love every bit of our cruising lifestyle.

I also receive no sponsorship or payment for any of these posts. Feel free to comment or share links to posts you feel might be of interest to others. Cheers, Pam

Current posts

Where to next?

Part of the fun of cruising is planning where to go next! And for every place we go, I think I ‘experience it’ at least

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Moo-LOO-laba!

Some say Mooloolaba has it all – even a loo with a view – and this explains the title of my post, Moo-LOO-laba! Well they’re

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My month in Manly

I’m a fan of an alliterative title! Otherwise this post should be “Our month in Manly”. Despite visiting family in Brisbane often over the past

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2020 Posts

River Ramblings

It’s long been a dream of mine to cruise the Clarence River, after first visiting the region in the late 1980s. Also, the various brochures

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Port Stephens Pictorial

This Port Stephens Pictorial shows photos taken during our stay at Soldiers Point Marina, Port Stephens.  These were taken with a Samsung Galaxy S10+ phone.

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Passage replanning

When we started on this adventure, I knew weather and tides would be a big factor for passage planning, but I think it’s fair to

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A Foredeck Refurb

In December 2019 we started a refurbishment of our boat’s foredeck and we finally finished mid-May 2020. Our foredeck refurb included: Removing and replacing the

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Job Satisfaction

It’s been a busy couple of weeks on Poseidon. What was initially going to be a quick ‘out of water’ boat survey, so that we

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Brooklyn’s Boat Boneyard

AKA, “Where old boats go to die“. I like exercising and with the current social distancing requirements, due to the coronavirus pandemic, I recently started

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