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JC McDowell going Global

Not really.

But I am a guest poster this week on Cecilia Potts blog, Always Go. You can find my post about the “trials and dangers” of living on a boat South of the Border in Mexico here:

Living in Mexico is Incredibly Dangerous

Cecilia was a guest poster at JC and the Family Unit [read more by clicking on title]

JC McDowell 2013 Summer Travel Route

We depart Tucson, Arizona early Wednesday morning to start our Summer Season. It looks like it’s going to be a great summer. We (crossing fingers) each have helpers/nannies joining us on the road to ease the set up and break down of the Young Guns Fun Park.

Below is MY route this summer. We are [read more by clicking on title]

Living on a boat: An attitude change that led to a latitude change

Guest Post by Ceal Potts

Ceal Potts and her mate, Kevin Wuertz, are refugee’s from the rat race whose disengagement was slightly different than our experiences- but the net result is the same. For those of you that might not wish to go flat broke in order to regain your life back, Ceal might just [read more by clicking on title]

What Works for Us Living on a Boat

I know, it’s a broad topic.

We live half the year on a 1994 Gemini 3400 Catamaran in the Sea of Cortez of Mexico with our two young girls ages three and five. We base out of San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico and we like cruising the Baja down to La Paz. We’ve made a lot [read more by clicking on title]

Gunkholing in the Sea of Cortez

It’s been a long time since we posted on the blog. We’ve been here in Mexico since the first week of February. We spent almost an entire month in the work yard. Not necessarily because we had a lot of work to do on the boat. It was so cold and windy! We built the [read more by clicking on title]