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23 Responses to About

  1. Jim Coyote Dane says:

    Nice conversion and I won’t miss entering the security words.

    • sryoder says:

      What’s also cool is that I get notified of comments via e-mail (it was like that on blogspot, too), but I can also reply to comments via e- mail, making it very easy to reply to more comments than ever before.


  2. Jim Coyote Dane says:

    Yes, easy to reply via email.
    I am sure you read about Jay loosing the water bottles. You may want to put a cable and lock on your jugs.

    • sryoder says:

      No, I hadn’t heard about that yet. A cable and lock might be a good idea. My diesel jugs are definitely easier to :access” now. Thanks.


  3. Eric says:

    I never did like those dang security words anyway. I have you bookmarked.

    If you get to a point where your struggling for blog ideas, maybe you would consider writing one of those “what we thought it was going to be like but this is what it’s really like” posts?
    Or “I wish I had know “blank” and not done “blank.”

    Enjoying your blog, Eric

  4. Dani says:

    Oh yeah Steve! I wanted to tell you that the little Cluster map will update eventually…We had the same issue, where we took it off for a while, then put it back it. After a few days I noticed it wasn’t updating. I did some research and apparently it will only update when the number of “new” views you have since you moved it here to wordpress is a certain magic percentage of your cumulative views.

    If you actually click on the map it should show you your current hit count.

    You probably already know this, but just in case you didn’t:)

  5. Sean karasiuk says:

    Hi there never did see pat on the Dorial.if u see him say hi. I’m on Catalina now with Jenn. Take care

  6. Shawn Kolu says:

    I was trying to find an “about us”. Didn’t succeed. Do you have any ties to Albany, OR? I’m thinking 20+ years ago. I remember a similar name. I am coming to RP on Tuesday and saw your blog. Some familiarity with your last name.

    • sryoder says:

      Hi Shawn, No, no ties to Albany. Might have applied for a job at the Albany wastewater plant but I don’t really remember doing that. Other than that, about the only connection I had with Albany was attending occasional classes at LBCC. Are you currently an Oregonian? What are you coming to RP for? If you get a chance, stop by the Fonatur marina and say “Hola”.

  7. Say Gudday says:

    Ahoy! I have been building an online library of marina maps and slip diagrams to help boaters when they are entering an unfamiliar harbor. Since most marinas don’t publish their map on their website, I have to ask other sailors if they would be kind enough to share the maps they have collected. So, if you have a slip diagram, marina map or even a link to an existing, online map, I’d really appreciate it if you would email it to me at dale@theMarinersGuide.com. If you’d like to see the library for yourself, you can access it at TheMarinersGuide.com. Thanks for sharing your sailing experiences and keep sailing!

  8. vic says:

    I want to 4ward an article on Loreto to you. vicmorgan2007@yahoo.com. But i don’t know your email

  9. Deanna says:

    I read some of your blog today. So glad that you enjoyed “The Help”. Deanna B

  10. Hey Steve – Just found your blog from the North 48 page. Not sure you remember us, but we communicated briefly a few years back. Heather and Ron aboard sv Sundancer. We started out buying our boat in Charleston, OR, in 2010 and are now in Panama. You can read us on http://www.highseasandlowlatitudes.blogspot.com.

    Glad to see you are both “still out here”.


    • sryoder says:

      H Heather. I think I remember who you guys are but, as soon as I wade through all these stacked up e-mails (we’ve been away for awhile), I’m going to check your blog t see if you’re who I think you are.

      • sryoder says:

        I checked your blog and sure enough you are who I thought you were. I remember you guys outfitting your boat in Charleston when we were there. We followed your blog as you went down the coast ahead of us but it seemed to come to a halt after the post about visiting the Pacifico brewery in Mazatlan or shortly thereafter. So, I stopped checking after awhile. Looks like I’ll have to go back and see what I’ve missed.

  11. Well the blog came to a close because I stopped writing! haha. But after much hounding by Ron, I’m back at it again, but with a domain that is free, as opposed to one that we needed to keep paying for. I don’t think we ever met in person, but had a few email/blog exchanges. Were are you two now?
    Our plans are to head out of Panama in the next few weeks, getting out of the lightening zone by relocating down to Ecuador. We’ll hang there for another 6 months, before making the jump around the holidays for the Galapagos. Then, Easter Island, Pitcairn and the Tuamotus. After that….who knows?


  12. jamesdane says:

    Steve, it is a photo on your October 29th or 30th posting in 2010. Mr. Pings could have given you a bit more of a hint since it took me a half hour to find it. I never would have except I grew up in So. Cal. and know what Avalon looks like. For most it could be a harbor in the Mexico or Bora Bora. You even state in the comments that it is a stock photo.
    Hope your enjoying your new digs, any plans to move the boat up closer to you so you can use it?
    I am hoping to get down to see Jay in a few month while he is in San Felipi.

  13. Raoul says:

    Hope all is well and that you both are happy people.

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