Sunday, September 26, 2021
There are things about boat life that you don't expect. Not unlike living in a tiny house or an RV, storage is at a premium. While it may seem obvious on a smaller boat, even larger...
Recently, the Port Townsend Leader printed this article based on an interview they in late March. I thought I'd share it with you. Amy was a fun interviewer (she's new to the Port Townsend area) and I...
Well, the moment we've all been waiting for -- at least SOME of you have been waiting for it! Yesterday I did the official release of the 2nd Episode of The ShipboardChef....
Now that the holidays are over, I've FINALLY had the opportunity to start reviewing the TONS of video and photo content we shot during the San Juan Cruise. To give you an idea of the volume I'm...
Great online, on-demand class for how to find wild mushrooms
So, this is a true story. It's not HORRENDOUS, but it does highlight some of the challenges that are inherent in my job. "Private chef," by definition, is that you get whatever you want to eat. Ok,...
Mom & Baby Porpoise at Ford's Terror There are times in my job that an event, nothing short of magical, occurs. You can't predict it, you might hope for it, but it's...
Well, after months of planning and preparing, we were finally poised for the actual shoot. We were headed to Anacortes to meet the boat, do the final provisioning and get ready to meet the guests!
While cruising in Alaska, we came across a pod of Orcas and the video we shot is amazing.
This may not be politically correct theses days, but I find myself using lines from movies to describe where I am in the process of bringing ShipboardChef to life. This morning, the classic quote from Jack Sparrow...