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  • Glenn and Stacy Phillips

    December 11, 2017 Reply

    Hi guys, Good job with your video's. We have been subscribed to your sailing channel since you started with the boat. I remember a few months ago when you got to Panama you got onto a programme to learn Spanish, are you able to tell me what it was please.
    Keep up the good work, thanks in advance.
    Glenn and Stacy Phillips

    • Curious Minion

      December 11, 2017 Reply

      Learn Spanish With Paul Noble. There's a link in the blog post for a free Audible trial if you'd like to get it there:

  • James Castleberry

    December 9, 2017 Reply

    Hi guys,
    I was wondering if there was some info that you had already expounded upon somewhere concerning your Chart plotter, autopilot, radar etc.
    I will be purchasing a new all glass touchscreen helm soon for my catamaran. I am contemplating the B&G Vulcan 9, with the B&G 4G radar, Raymarine wheelpilot, and other various all glass stuff.
    I wanted to get your opinion from using what you have on the boat.
    Thanks so much,
    My wife and I follow you every week.

  • David J. Hall

    December 3, 2017 Reply

    Jason -- I am not a computer person, but I did lose a lot of data on a failed drive (unlike you I am clueless on backup.) In any event, I replaced my non-raid 3 drive system with a supposed mirrored drive for backup (partly worked) to a 4 drive SSD raid 10. Supposedly, the raid 10 does spread the data across all drives, but if one goes down the other drives will "replenish" the data on the replacement. In other words, all data is duplicated on at least two drives in the system. At least that's what my computer guru said. I haven't had an issue since the drives were replaced, so I have no testimonial if this is actually working -- but thought it might be something for you to check out. Cheers, Dave

  • David Bunten

    November 20, 2017 Reply

    Your cats, we have a great cat also and of course when we start our sailing adventure; finger crossed early next year, he (Ginger) will join us on our CAT. A question crossed my mind....At night, do you close up your boat to keep the cats in or are the door open for air flow and the cats can wander?

  • Christine Kingsbury

    November 19, 2017 Reply

    I just want to let y'all know what an inspiration you both are to us. So much so, we are going to do it too. Our date is at the end of May. We are planning on selling our home in least have it up for sale. Then buy some land for our grown children to build homes on. Meanwhile, we will be traveling America, Alaska and Canada. We are taping our process of moving out of this home, getting an rv and much more. We want to share on youtube how to do it and the hardship of letting go but the desire to move forward. We have 2 videos out now. I'm going to share 1 with yall and would love any feedback....Good or bad. Lol. We are very excited to be doing this but get exhausted with all that needs to be done. We have lots of footage of us going through closets, training dogs and in the future selling our things. We know this will be freeing and sad all at once. Yet, we know it's worth it. We have learned a lot of this from you two. We thank you for sharing your lives with us. Here is the 1st video

    Hope you enjoy and again any feedback will be great! Thank you so much for your time!

    Chris and Kevin
    Livin' the Promise

  • Patrick

    November 9, 2017 Reply

    Hehe! This is just great - I am duplicating your boat setup soon I believe :) - thanks for being there!

  • Andrew

    November 4, 2017 Reply

    You guys are truly AWESOME! We consider ourselves adventurous and nerd out on all of our gear as well....but don't do it nearly as well as you do. Weve got 2 little ones and lots of toys and we have a ton of fun. If you're ever in British Columbia (North Vancouber), please please please come and stay and explore with us! Lots to see, lots to do, epic area for skiing, sledding, mountain biking. You've inspired me to buy a catamaran. Damn you!!


  • Bernard Littman

    November 4, 2017 Reply

    First I have been to you web site several times and enjoyed it so thank you.

    I encourage you to visit Colombia and in particular Cartagena because it is on the Caribbean water.

    Columbia is no longer a place where you are in extreme danger from drug cartels and armed terrorist groups.
    Columbia is no longer a country that is on the verge of collapse. but is in fact one of the fastest growing economies in the world.
    In fact it is the land of the Colombian Miracle.

    Many people did a lot of right things to make this happen if you are interested in how this transformation happened look up Lt. Col. Prado, Colombian Police and the Way to Happiness. There are many other fascinating stories (little miracles in themselves) but this is a big part of how this happened.

    Also, the exchange rate is favorable so it is not expensive.

    I have never been to Columbia but I did meet Lt. Col. Prado. There is a lot of information on the web about Colombia check it out.

  • David

    October 31, 2017 Reply

    Jason, what watch were you wearing when you climbed the volcano in Panama? It was a gps type watch.

    Thanks from RVers who love the ocean as well.

    • Curious Minion

      November 1, 2017 Reply

      There's a link to the watch near the end of the blog post:

  • Cameron

    October 30, 2017 Reply

    Hi Wynns,
    We are 5 Australian snowboarders who want to travel from Heavenly in CA through Park City to Breckenridge and Denver in an RV in January 2018. We have found your videos helpful but have been warned about road conditions for an RV and closed RV parks. Could you give us any advice on planning our trip around these problems?
    Thank you

  • Carrie Stewart

    October 23, 2017 Reply

    I was watching "Mission Panamania 03: Operation George Town to Great Inagua (Sailing Curiosity)", and I saw at 11:31/23:45, there is a large yellow planter behind Nicky. I was unable to find your yellow basil planter on your Amazon store. Would you please add this to your Amazon products page, or tell me where I can purchase one?

    • Nikki Wynn

      October 23, 2017 Reply

      So sorry to disappoint Carrie, that was a random find in Florida. I picked it up at a small shop and there isn't a brand on it so I can't find it on Amazon.

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