T.G. Peranteau

An avid writer, videographer, blogger, reporter, researcher. Past life and an engineer (EE) and business owner.

How Dangerous is it to Anchor at Little Harbor?

I guess the simple answer to that question would be that it depends on how prepared you are. Did you check the charts? Did you check the tide table? If not, then be prepared to go aground. If you did, then you should be okay. We’ve anchored at Little Harbor about six or seven times…

Scenes to Remember – Little Harbor at Catalina Island

Scenes to Remember series are comprised of short clips of really pretty scenery with music in the background. Just some nice views from the sailboat. We will upload these in between our regular adventures. Thanks for watching! We absolutely LOVE sailing and we LOVE our part-time liveaboard sailboat, a Morgan 41 Out Island! Visit our…

How We Get the Boat Ready to Sail

One of the more important things to do when planning a trip is to get the boat ready. There are certain things that need to be done before departure, and we inevitably forget something. We have a checklist that we go through both the day before and the morning of departure. It’s just a reminder…

What We Learned From Our Last Shakedown

So, on our last adventure, we were on the boat for a total of 10 days and were at Catalina Island for a total of seven days. We’ve done this before, where we take a week off and connect two weekends, giving us more time to sail and have fun. It also affords us a…

Dr. Jim Garrow: Accountibility and Consequences

Accountability and Consequences: These words are some of the rarest that one will ever find in the vocabulary of a leftist/Marxist/pseudo-socialist when used on their own people. The only people that the aforementioned groups put the target of accountability on the backs of are right-leaning, Christian, Constitutionalists, who may be pro-gun or pro-military as in…