Do we look like we’re homeless? Or just hanging out?
Every crew member of sailing vessel Meander experienced big changes in 2017. But none more than Honey the boat dog who even learned to fly. Here’s what happened aboard Meander in 2017.
Santa must be puzzling over whether our dog Honey will earn a piece of coal or a package of liverwurst. After all, what do you do if naughty and nice are the same thing?
Let’s face it. Dogs are creatures of habit. They love their homes. But how do you keep the dog happy when your house disappears?
If you want the best stuff, ask someone who lives on a tiny boat. Here’s my list for the best gifts for boat dogs. I bet your dog will love them. And so will you.
On the water, we’re on a constant watch for warships, submarines, cruise ships, commercial fishing boats, recreational fishermen, tug boats, power boaters, sailboats, kayaks, and yes, even sea planes. It’s almost as challenging as walking the dog.
Mike and I worked some interesting jobs recently. Unfortunately, there were no openings for a golden greeter. Luckily for Honey, we found a great pet sitter.
Honey looked wistful as we motored past the beach. No digging in the sand today. We were having an adventure. And during an adventure, it’s tough being a dog.
When people find we live on a sailboat, they often say something like “living the dream, eh?” But it ain’t all margaritas and sunsets. Just ask Honey.
When looking for places to anchor, we need to find somewhere for Honey to land for play time and, well, you know…