For six and a half years we've been living aboard Cygnet, a 42 foot Carver 4207 Aft Cabin Motor-yacht in Chicago. We've also been writing this blog on and off and have been featured on local news and other programs. We've had fun but it's time we transition to another format. Originally we wanted to write about our experience and felt that a written blog was the best way to do it. But times are changing and we've seen many boating channels on YouTube become massive. We have no desire to become full time YouTube Vloggers but we know people like video. They say a picture says a thousand words, what do thousands of pictures have to say? See you on the Small Screen, Cygnet. We've seen the writing on the wall because many of you haven't seen the writing. Due to us only occasionally posting, and other factors, our once thriving blog has dwindled into triple digit readership. It's time to get people excited again! By transitioning to YouTube we ho
Well it took almost six weeks to restore power to River City after the flood of Sunday May 17. In addition it took almost two months to get internet back. That's why we haven't uploaded any new videos, our iPhone hotspots work, but 4K video takes a whole bunch of bandwidth. Now that we have the ability to upload at will here is the latest installment of "What I Did on My Covid Vacation." Enjoy!