We’re stuck at home, and so is everyone else. That wasn’t so bad in the beginning since we like spending time together as a family, but our plans to learn about and practice sailing had to be put on hold, and our ability to look at boats in person was thwarted as well. Fortunately, just as our frustration level reached its peak, we received an invitation to a virtual boat show! That’s right – we were going to attend a boat show like the US Sailboat Show in Annapolis but over the Internet.
Hello from the Landers Family! We enjoy exploring diverse and culturally rich places, experiencing and learning about them. We plan to share these experiences with you through photographs, videos, and stories from our travels. There's a new adventure taking shape for us in the near future- soon we hope to experience smooth sailing to distant horizons.
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