You may think an inch is not that much space. When you’re renovating a small boat, it’s as good as a mile. Nica Waters talks about the joys of thinking small, and the vast worlds that open up with just an inch . . .
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Music: “Slow Down” by Yvette Craig
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Hold on. So this poscast is nothing to so with you since you guys have a Gemini and this is about a completely different boat.
Carolyn Shearlock says
Two other women co-podcast with me. This episode was by Nica Waters, who has done two long cruises, one with just her husband and with their two kids as well. She’s now in the process of getting ready to head out on an open-ended cruising adventure with her husband when their youngest heads off to college. The third podcaster is Lin Pardey, author of a dozen best-selling cruising books and a 3-time circumnavigator.
On each episode, the podcaster is listed and also introduces herself at the beginning of the show.