Jibbing, Not Gibing, is My Goal for Sailing


Port = Left


Growing up, we were always told that a good sailor always has a little port wine left over, although "4 letters in 'port', 4 letters in 'left'" is probably easier :)

Posted on Thu, 07/31/2014 - 10:50am

What a load of old rowlocks.


What a load of old rowlocks.

Posted on Thu, 07/31/2014 - 1:30pm

Bow (rhymes with ow!) means


Bow (rhymes with ow!) means the shoulder of the boat, the same as bough, as shoulder, is what we call the large main branch of a tree. It doesn’t seem to be related to bow (rhymes with go), which means to bend and is applied to a weapon or a fancy presentation for a ribbon. But I remember that the act of bowing (rhymes with vowing) moves the head forward, and the bow is the front of the boat. - See more at: Sarang303 Agen Bola Sbobet Ibcbet Casino 338A Tangkas Togel Online Indonesia Terpercaya
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Wise words, Jeannette. Thank you so much for the link to the Internet Writing Workshop!
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