SimplySailingOnline.com shows by example how easily you can eliminate stress, become more independent, raise your children in a safer environment (while spending more time with them, instilling values not based on the mighty dollar) and avoid the traps of commercialism. Because we live and sail simply, we have been wandering for 11 years with no intention of stopping. This is not a trip for us; it is our life, and I hope to share our success with stories of laughter and tears, as well as how-to tips and DIY projects for preparing, sailing and making a boat a home, so that others can join us.

Books Onboard

October 29, 2012

When we moved onto Walküre we had to make a lot of decisions about what stayed on Eurisko until our return versus what we couldn't live without. Books seemed to be the hardest things to leave behind. With so little book storage on Walküre, if a book made the cut, you know it is important to us. For those who are interested, here are the books that made the move. Of course, these do not include a half-dozen reference books for my various writing projects, nor the read-and-share paperbacks that come and go on a daily basis.

Books every boat needs: Don't float without them

Because we have a Bolger boat

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If you have limited book storage, your favorites become obvious. Which of these are on your bookshelf?

MONDAY we'll answer a reader's question about propane tank storage.

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