The end is near

By Mike Jastrzebski

I’m writing this post Saturday because we are heading back to the States tomorrow and this is the last night we’ll have internet until we get back.

Yesterday we spent the day at Stranded Naked with about 1200 other boaters. Since the food and drinks were free, it meant long lines and new friends. Chris wrote about this event a couple of years ago, but you really have to see it to believe it, so I’m going to take you there.




And here’s how the day ended



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About Mike Jastrzebski

In September of 2003 my wife, Mary, and I moved aboard our 36-foot Sailboat, Roughdraft. It was our intention to take the boat south from Minnesota to warmer climates where I would write a novel. Six years later I have completed 3 mystery novels. I have published the first two books, The Storm Killer and Key Lime Blues as e-books and trade paperbacks. The third book, Dog River Blues will be released in early 2011. It is my intention to use this blog to share what I’ve learned while trying to get published. I will also blog about the trials and tribulations of living on a sailboat. We sailed the boat from Minnesota to Mobile, Alabama where we lived for two years. We also spent three months living in Key West. Currently, the boat is docked in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. In 2011 we plan to take the boat to the Caribbean where we plan to drift until it is no longer fun.
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2 Responses to The end is near

  1. gerald dowling says:

    Mike and Mary, every day has a sunset somewhere. Yours was beautiful, so now time to return to the good ole USA. Know you have had a good time, and done alot of research into your BLUES series. Hopefully a good said on the way back.

  2. gerald dowling says:

    Oh, by the way I didn’t tell you what my investigations provided while you were gone. “If God had not meant for us to have midnight snacks, he never would have put lights in a refrigerator.”

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