Just Frightening

windjammer cruises in maine, captain of a maine windjammer, don't take life too seriouslyGood morning everyone. I probably should have posted this at Halloween. Once again, here I am, a day late and a dollar short. I was flipping through some wonderful pictures that windjammer guests Wendy and Jim Cahill sent to us. I got a good chuckle when I saw this picture of me during one of my more intense moments. I swear my shrink is close to getting my medications sorted out. I should be back in equilibrium by next summer. As you can see from the slack main sheet in the background this photo was not taken at a particularly breezy moment. So why the clothes pins in the beard?? If you figure it out please let me know so I can explain this to Jen and the kids.

This whole blog thingy was intended to inspire folks to take a windjammer cruise with us. This kind of silliness might scare more than just a few guests away. Laughing at myself is a hobby that I (and many others) enjoy. No one really takes me that seriously so why should I. And I guess that is my thought for the day…life is too short so don’t take it too seriously or you might miss the journey.

Have a great day. Be well. Do good.


  1. I know, but have been paid handsomely to keep silent. What happens on the Schooner stays on the Schooner (unless someone tops the current offer)!

  2. Those aren’t really clothes pins! They are really disguised curling irons. These are required in order to assure that your beard is as curly as your mind!


  3. I find the backwords, ill-fitting hat more frightening than the clothes pins. I understand, though I wouldn’t know personally, that clothes pins can be quite erotic. On your beard though, not so much.

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