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The Codfish Dream – Chronicles of A West Coast Fishing Guide
I grew up in Cobble Hill, BC and while I was in high school my best friend, Heidi, talked me into working at a fishing resort during the summer. At roughly the same time, a young fishing guide by the … Continue reading →
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Women’s Day at the Vancouver Boat Show 2019
Join us on Saturday, February 9th 2019 for Women’s Day at the Vancouver Boat Show.  A full day of boating seminars and guest speakers designed to educate and inspire.  There are lots of topics to choose from ranging from electrical, … Continue reading →
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Missy’s Famous Margarita Recipe
I have been working on this recipe for years…..really.  There has been a lot of testing and discussion and each time we perfected it, well you guessed it, no one wrote it down!  This weekend we did and I am … Continue reading →
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How Much Battery Power Is Enough?
Pacific Yachting Magazine – June, 2018 by Melissa Gervais Growing up in my house, it was quite common to hear, “Turn the lights off when you leave the room” or “Who left the lights on? Do you think we are … Continue reading →
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Equipment Dust Covers
DigitalDeckCovers fabric dust covers act as a filter to trap dust, dirt, lint, pet hair, ocean salt and spills before they can ever reach your gear, providing system protection that will likely prolong its life since these contaminants are one … Continue reading →
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Plastic Soap Dispenser made from Ocean Debris
Method introduced a new dish and hand soap packaged in a plastic bottle made from ocean debris.  Company employees actually collected the plastic debris in Hawaii from the so-called Great Pacific garbage patch. Mr. Lowry, who has the title of … Continue reading →
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Chasing Coral – A Netflix Original Documentary – A Must See For Boaters
“Coral reefs around the world are vanishing at an unprecedented rate.  A team of divers, photographers and scientists set out on a thrilling ocean adventure to discover why.” I just watched this documentary and I was overwhelmed.  The dedication of … Continue reading →
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Mosquitos on the Boat
I live with someone who does not get bitten by mosquitos nearly as much as I do.  I have been told that I have “sweet blood” and that is why they are more attracted to me than other people.  While … Continue reading →
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Tired of Your Throw Cushions?
For a really quick update, visit Fabricland on Marine Drive in Vancouver.  They have pre-made (with zippers) pillow covers in a number of different sizes and tons of different fabrics and colours.  Prices start at $4 and go up to … Continue reading →
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Really Fantastic Hashbrowns
A big shout out to the Shantina for this product recommendation, Golden Grill Hashbrowns.  They are freeze-dried (don’t give up yet) so they don’t take up freezer space.  Simply add boiling water, let sit 12 minutes and then pan fry.  … Continue reading →
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