Oh How Things Change…

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Capt. Paul


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Good Morning from Reno, NV…

It’s been a whirlwind. We flew into Sacramento on Saturday night. Got to the hotel around midnight. Connected with Dan & Melisa on Sunday morning to borrow a car. Drove to Corning and connected with Kayla my Granddaughter and met Mason my new Great Grand Son and Anthony. Got a good nights sleep

The headed to Paskenta to visit with Nadine my daughter and family. Picked up Angel at the same time and took her to Corning to visit friends and have lunch. Then drove to Reno. Got in last night.

During that time, we have decided to not fly back to Fort Myers Beach. We are canceling our plane tickets and picking up Dan and Melisa’s truck, Stella their great pooch and we are going to drive back to FMB. My buddy Dan is moving to Florida to get on the liver donation program there and needs some help. We are his support group there in Florida, so our journey changes direction.

I’ve always felt that we don’t start new journeys, we just continue on the one we have and watch it change. God I love my life and I’m thankful and grateful for every moment I get to play on this path.

I’ll be blogging along the road and shooting photos for here and FaceBook.

Thanks for all your support and I’m sure in the months to come directions will change as they always do. We love it.

See you guys down the sea…

Capt. Paul
s/v Panacea
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The 3 C’s – Chicken, Chocolate & Coconut

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Capt. Paul


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Wow! it’s getting warm here in Fort Myers Beach, but when I look at the rest of the USA, it’s starting to get warm everywhere. It must be summer.

Tomorrow Alex and I do a full day sail with lunch. I’m making my famous Boat Sandwiches called, “Capt. Paul’s Glop Sandwich.” Yummm. Chicken breast, sliced thin, tomato, onion, cheese, mayo, mustard, bread & butter pickles, lettuce and a had full of BBQ potato chips. All between two slices of premium bread. Sprinkle a few baby carrots on the plate and finish it off with fresh cracked coconut and 85 percent dark chocolate pieces. Now that ought to do it!

If you have been onboard and had one of these, comment on it below. I’d like to hear about your experience. Maybe not… Not sure.

I’ve been doing some small projects on Panacea, but the wood is needing some varnish. My back doesn’t take squatting for for hours, so the “Seahorse” the rescue.

Pat and I leave town for about 10 days, heading to the west coast to visit family, friends and go to Brother Dan’s Bon Voyage Party. I’m doing a spot in Reno and then heading home. I will leave behind the sea that I love so much and a can or two of varnish and a few brushes. Go Alex go… Make her look pretty for the rainy season. Thanks.

I’ve also have to replace a plug and cord on the AC side of the 120 circuit. Seems to be burning a bit from the dock side. And “red” stuff dripping from the fill of the heat exchanger? What’s that all about. The 50/50 mix is green, why red coming from the cap? I’m looking into that too.

I’m replacing the 3 blade prop in the bow thruster to a 6 blade. It was due and replacing the control stick assembly. You guys can’t kick it anymore. Okay?

So call me if you need any summertime information about the beach. I’m here for you and I’ll see ya’ll soon.

See you on the dock…

Capt. Paul West
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CaptPaul@FantaSeaSailing.com
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