Lightening strikes from Pam on 5 Apr '21

You're a busy person, Janice. I didn't realize you're also helping take care of and fix other boats' systems. When I hear something 'struck by lightening' I envision very dramatic looking results (burnt and blown to smithereens), not the more visually subtle damage you encountered. Thanks for sharing this experience, we've all learned from it.

Current article from Captain Ron on 5 Apr '21

I remember when you started this site and your articles. You have come a long way. Your writing and photography skills are amazing and your ability to present complex subjects in an easy-to-read format is impressive. Thank you for this LIGHTNING treatise. The lessons learned are important. Keep up the good work, please.

Thanks Pam. from Janice aboard Seaweed on 6 Apr '21

I too was surprised. There was no indication until Jesse started digging into the upper helm. As for the alternator, the exterior was fine with zero indication of any issues. I know I learned lots.

Thanks for your encouragement. I appreciate that. J.

Thank you Cap'n Ron from Janice aboard Seaweed on 6 Apr '21

Thanks so much for being along for this journey that began back in 2013. I appreciate that. I've been fortunate in that a J-School graduate has offered insight to make the website better. I really like that. It has helped.

In the meantime sir, thank you for being a reader, and for your comments. Both are appreciated. J.

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