Category: Sailing

  • Decompressing When Art Comes Alive

    It’s everywhere – the art of life and the art in life. We only have to stand on the shore, surrounded by water, clouds and reflections to see it. Better yet…. to feel it. ​ These are the beautiful energy filled moments that we let go, decompress…unwind and relax.  Yesterday someone asked me how it…

  • Becoming Part Of The Sunset

    In every moment, the Universe is whispering to you. You’re constantly surrounded by signs, coincidences, and synchronicities, all aimed at propelling you in the direction of your destiny. Denise Linn The intellect has little to do on the road to discovery. There comes a leap in consciousness, call it Intuition or what you will, the…

  • Living On A Boat for 24 Years!

    James has lived on SpiritHawk for 24 years. This beautiful sailboat was built in 1972. She is 40’ feet long over all and 32’ along the water line. We have approximately 250 square feet of living space below deck. She is unique and a custom built, one of a kind Pacific North West Schooner similar…

  • 4th Time is The Charm?

    4th time is a charm or how many times can we run aground in one day? This is a blog post I wrote in April of 2008 while on a sailing adventure with my Dad on his boat. We did run aground. Large black and orange tubes followed the shore of the waterway strung by…

  • Things I Learned While Sailing

    My Father, Don Hanson, taught me to sail. This one of my favorite boats of his pictured here. He started sailing when I was Less than 10 years old. we had always been a boating family. My two brothers and I have been on boats since we were babies. The following is an article I…

  • Captain’s Log?

    Captain’s Log? Star Date? Blog? No it’s not about Star Trek, though the smart watch from Garmin on your wrist, You can feel the deja vu. What does it mean to be a blogger or to be blogging? Blogging is an online journal. For sailors it can be the same thing as the captains log.…

  • Sunrise Sunset

    As humans many of us know the sunsets from the geographical location we live in. Add in a sailboat and the waterways and you realize your view point it always changing.

  • Into The Emerald Blue?

    Follow live aboard sailors, paddle board coaches, artists and adventure travel lovers, Sheree Lincoln and James “Kingsawin” Reed as they sail Into the Emerald Blue