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23' mini-trawler
by Schucker

Janice aboard Seaweed,
living the good life afloat...

Trawler cruising on $14 per day is possible.
I'm doing it and you can too.

Janice Marois, nautical journalist.
Accredited member of Boat Writers International.

The Galley page
Off-the-grid and not starving

  

Aphorism Alert:  A house is made of wooden beams. A home is made of love and dreams.

Galley
Off-the-grid and not starving

~ listed chronologically, as posted ~

  1. Peachy Chicken recipe

  2. Prepping - Plastics

  3. Growing Lentil Sprouts

  4. Glasses

  5. Pull the Plug

  6. As Winter Approaches - Chocolate Coffee recipe

  7. Silverware and Spatulas - Fast Tuna recipe

  8. Outside the Box

  9. Pots and Pans Primer - Deviled Eggs recipe

  10. Spices

  11. Food in Foil - Chili 'n veggies, and Spam recipes

  12. After Easter (pot luck idea) - Fancy deviled eggs recipe

  13. How to Access Galley Storage

  14. Canning Primer (Preserving Meats, Part 1)

  15. Processing in Pressure Cooker (Preserving Meats, Part 2)

  16. Sausage Canning Recipes

  17. Deal Breaker (galley gear in thrift store)

  18. Canning Stuffed Green Peppers - recipe

  19. Budget Spice Shelf (costs less than $1)

  20. Flavored Coffees (economical versions) - recipes

  21. Soloist Dinner Dilemmas

  22. Life onboard Lily Maria (Thompson 44 M/V)

  23. Trash Solutions

  24. Building a Locker (Part 1)

  25. Building a Locker (Part 2)

  26. Greenery (plant growing afloat)

  27. 5 Pounds of Shrimp (how to find discount diesel) - Shrimp Scampi recipe

  28. Toasting English Muffins on a Heater

  29. Spring on Pi Day (copper advice)

  30. Windlass Debris becomes Handhold

  31. In and Out (clearing clutter)

  32. Command in the Galley

  33. Sausage and Cheese Stuffed Peppers (new canning theory)

  34. Decadence Required

  35. Is a $20k Boat too Costly?

  36. Chaos in the Galley

  37. Canning Taco Soup - recipe

  38. Installing Refrigerator Fans

  39. Making a Shelf (and paper towel holder)

  40. Stone-Wave Sticks - Popcorn recipe

  41. Securing a Refrigerator (fans too)

  42. Refrigerator Latches

  43. Canning 10 Pounds of Chicken

  44. Backing Plate Concerns

  45. When it's Not Square (how to fix)

  46. Vinegar Cleans Pans

  47. Garbage Bag Solution

  48. Rope Trim (stain and varnish wood)

  49. Securing the Microwave

  50. Pizza for One - recipe

  51. Waterproof 8 Gauge Butt Connectors (make your own)

  52. Popcorn for One (and Stone-wave Update) - recipe

  53. DIY Bigelow Tea ( and engine swap update) - Earl Grey and Constant Comment recipe

  54. Freezer Ice Bag

  55. Making a Towel Rack

  56. Chicken Leg Quarters (canning times and quantities)

  57. Inverters Make AC Power

  58. Solar, Batteries and an Inverter

  59. Boat Buying Decisions (what is important?)

  60. Pan Scrubber Fail

  61. Christmas Connections

  62. Dish Towels

  63. Upside Down Tomato Plant How-To

  64. On Island Time (Schucker 440 Motorsailor)

  65.  

  66. coming soon

Archive

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Click on the title and voila: you're there. Enjoy!


Topics of Interest:
You can achieve a simple satisfying life


Aphorisms

For years I've been collecting short pithy statements otherwise known as aphorisms. If you're like me and enjoy the weird, go ahead and CLICK!

These are previously posted -- for new, you'll have to come visit again.

My home is not fancy by any means, however you cannot imagine how wonderful it is to come back to her after an expedition on shore.

If I can live this life, why not you too?


Skipper, First Mate extraordinaire

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