A Hypnotic Podcast of 11 Kids

A Hypnotic Podcast of 11 Kids

A Hypnotic Podcast of 11 Kids

Nov 20, 18
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Hi Amazing Peeps,

Are you ready for a Hypnotic podcast of 11 kids in the evenings?

There is no talking, just the relaxing noise of life on Sumbawa kids.


I Believe in Our Kids

I Believe in Our Kids

Nov 15, 18
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Hi Amazing Peeps,

I come to you now, with tears in our eyes because something has clicked within me.

I am writing a book about what it is like to raise our kids. It  been a bit of a challenge because I have not known HOW we did what we do.

Until now.

Now, I know WHY we raise our kids the way that we do and HOW we do it.  What I have discovered is

I Believe in Our Kids

Not just in Our Kids but all kids.  We just need to let them shine.

I realised that Our Kids shine when we give them a safe place. 

But there is more than that.  A safe place is not enough. 

They need to be able to test themselves and us.  Which is good for our kids and absolutely frustrating for us parents. They need to take risks.

As parents, we have all been or soon will be, in that position where our kids yell out for us to come look at them.  So we walk outside, possibly a little miffed that we have to leave our cooking, or iPhone or whatever we were doing to come look at them again.

We step outside and we yell

“Where are you?” 

The reply comes

“Up Here.”

We follow the voice and our eyes finally land on them – up a tree.

I Believe in Our Kids

Not just a little bit up the tree but RIGHT UP THE TOP OF THE TREE.

At that moment, your stop breathing, your heart stops beating and time stands still as you try as your brain tries to just compute what you have just seen.

You can see your child’s pride in themselves.  They are so happy with themselves. 

I Believe in Our Kids

They have just pushed themselves further than they had before.  They have just achieved success and they are BEAMING!

As your brain finished computing what you are looking at, out of our mouth screams


Then you watch their face drop.  All they wanted was you to be as proud of them as they are of themselves.  All they wanted was for you to tell them how clever they are.  All they wanted was your acceptance in the risk that they took.

But as parents, we see the danger.  Yet we remember as kids being in that very same place, yelling for our parents to come and look and them screaming at us to get down.

But we also didn’t see the issue.  We climbed up there without their help or guidance.  We worked out which branches to hold, which were too thin and which were just plain scary.

We worked out, by making our own assessments what was safe. 

And when we reached the top, we were elated! We had done it!  We had achieved something that we were scared to do and we weren’t sure that we could do.  But we did it!

This is what they feel.

What they need is a Great Leader!

Being that leader that praises them and congratulates them even when you are so fearful for them is hard.  But it is what they need. They need to know that we are so happy for them, that we are so proud of them for what they have achieved.

Then, we as parents can add in something wonderful.  We can get them to show us something else on top of climbing up the tree, that will make us even more proud.

We can ask them to show us how they get down!

This is a clever play on words and if we do it right, they will be overjoyed to show us how they get down or even better how they got up in the first place.  Which means they have to get down first.

I know that kids need a safe place in which to grow.

Kids also need a safe place in which to test themselves and their parents.

Being a great leader, is giving them both of these things – with love!

I Believe in Our Kids.

I Believe in Their Parents too.

Zannys Harbars

Awkward Romance on Father's Day

Awkward Romance on Father’s Day

Sep 03, 18
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Hi Amazing Peeps,

Yesterday was Fathers Day and it was a lot of fun.

First Steve was woken up

Awkward Romance on Father's Day

with coffee in his new DAD cup, complete with Dad jokes.

Awkward Romance on Father's Day

This was then followed by a couple of crocodile sausages, for something new. He liked them and all the kids got a taste too.

Awkward Romance on Father's Day

Then Steve received his presents.

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Awkward Romance on Father's Day

The first was a small Monopoly board game that we will be playing today.

Awkward Romance on Father's Day

Next was a bag of Darrell Lea goodies of which he was very happy. Almost devilishly so.

Awkward Romance on Father's Day

The third was a heart-felt poem from Tasha 

Awkward Romance on Father's Day

His last present was one that made him squeal like a little boy. It was Nakita who had this idea and on Saturday we went out to get it.

Steve got his very own…….

Mechano set!

Awkward Romance on Father's Day

I have just heard all the Dad’s yell in collective jealousy.

He got up and sat at the table, putting together his Mechano. It was like watching the excitement and intensity on a boy, putting together his brand new toy.

Steve was having so much fun.

Awkward Romance on Father's Day

It took him 2 hours to complete as he has HUGE hands and the pieces are so small!

But when he was finished, he was beaming with pride. Awkward Romance on Father's Day The only thing that he didn’t do was drive it around.

After that, we watched the Sherlock Gnomes movie followed by the Jumanji movie. All while we all had some Darrell Lea goodness.

This was followed by Steve’s FAVOURITIST MEAL EVER!


Made with my special cheese sauce.

By the time all of this was complete, it was time for kiddos to head to bed. 

So as kids were playing on their beds, we got ready for bed too.

I mentioned in an early post, that movie style romance and me, don’t go together. 

I’m more the awkward type.

Read how my Awkward Romance effected our Anniversary a few years ago.

You know the one that tries to make a sexy entrance, trips over and smashes her head into the draws. 

Or tries to flick my hair seductively and just ends up with a mouthful of my own hair. Then I’m gagging as I pull it out.

This is me! Sexy in the most upside down, backward way possible. 

Tonight was no exception.

Steve had bought me a really nice set of lingerie and I thought that I’d show it off. So I had got changed, had my hair all done and was ready for my sexy moment.

As I’m showing off, I realize that there is some of my head hair stuck to my back. As I pull it off, I say

“Watch out! There might be extra hair!”

Steve just burst into hysterical laughter and only then did I make the connection on what I had said.

I tried to explain, through tears of laughter, that that’s not what I meant but there was no taking it back then.

Beccie’s awkward sexiness prevails again!

So that was Father’s Day on Sumbawa!

A fantastic day followed by Awkward Romance.

As it should be.

Love you guys 

Zannys Harbars

Interview with Theresa Stevens

Interview with Theresa Stevens

Aug 25, 18
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Hi Amazing Peeps,

If you want to listen to me talk with an Amazing, Beautiful and Engaging woman, Today’s podcast is the perfect one for you.

It is my

Interview with Theresa Stevens!


Theresa is an incredible woman who can now claim the title of world travellers. 

They have just come back from an AMAZING trip.

If you want to know more, Just head over to the Live Your Dream With Kids podcast page and have a listen.

You can also find it

Here on Whooshkaa, and

Here on iTunes

You can also follow Theresa and her

Family Adventure Here


Or go to www.epicrtw.com and have a look.

Seriously Cool!
So come over, we had a great time and join in the fun.

We have had a lot going on here but an update another time. 

If you want to know what happens on an almost daily basis, head over to Instagram and see how our life plays out in picture. 

Yesterday Zeinobiyah covered her hair in red paint! There is a small video on Instagram showing my conversation with her about it.

It is REALLY cute.

Otherwise, we will talk soon.

Love you guys.

Zannys Harbars

P.S.  Tasha is loving the fact that so many of you Loved her podcast. 

She has a few more podcast episodes available if you want to listen to her inspiring the world with her teenage knowledge. It is always accompanied by a song.

She is already inspiring so many.  Teenagers!


Tasha's Birthday

Tasha’s Birthday

Aug 21, 18
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Hi Amazing Peeps,
Tasha's Birthday
It was Natasha’s birthday on Saturday. She turned 15.
Natasha is growing up so fast and her creativity in all forms is showing.
So what did we do for Tasha’s 15 birthday?
First, she was bombarded with cards that the kids had made her, while she was still in bed.  Then she got up and we told her to start getting ready.
She was going to do something that she had never done before.
Dad, Blade and Tasha left Sumbawa early afternoon and got on a fast ferry.  1st first of the day.
They then got on a train from Circular Quay to South Eastern Sydney – a place called The Quarter.
They were going to watch a movie.

Yes, I admit, our kids have never been to a cinema before.


So, Steve, Blade and Tasha went into the movie theatre.  The movie was showing in cinema no. 12.
Tasha was so stoked as the numbers 3, 6 & 9 are really fun for all of us to see (12= 1+2=3).
They then got the last 3 tickets.  Tasha was still more stoked.  Yet now she was a little afraid.
She seemed to think that Steve had bought tickets to see the movie MEG!
I don’t know why she thought this as we don’t watch that kind of stuff.  But she is a teen and what goes through their heads is anyone’s guess.
She was almost in tears as they entered the theatre only to realise that they were seeing


She settled down a little after that.
They watched the movie and she is still laughing about it today.  Tasha thought that it was hilarious.
They then went out for dinner.  Tasha chose Portuguese chicken for dinner and laughed her head off when Steve couldn’t take the heat anymore.
He tapped out!
Tasha ate a bit, Blade ate a tonne and Dad waited for dessert.
They then got Belgium Crepes for dessert.

Tasha's Birthday

Steve was so happy.  After Date Night, it has become his favourite thing EVER!
They then returned.
While they were away, I had 45 knots of wind to deal with without Steve all the oldest to help.  It was not forecast AGAIN so we were hit unexpectedly.
I went to work as the sailor that I now am and everything was fine.  I was not going to tell Steve until he returned but they got hit with it first, just before the movie and he called me.
He was worried and wondering should they put it off.  I assured him that all was fine and to just enjoy themselves.
I missed the extra capable hands but managed nonetheless.
Sue & Mike Powell from S/V Yarraandoo II called but it was so bedlam, I could barely hear here.  They always call on the kids birthdays.
I told Sue that Tasha was out with Steve and unfortunately I couldn’t talk.  There was so much noise.
After Steve, Tasha and Blade had finished, they started to head back.  The wind had died so it was easy to go and get them.

After Tasha was onboard,

I gave her my present.

Tasha's Birthday

Tasha has been writing stories and songs for the last few months.  She plays them on her ukulele and she is really good.
So I set up her own podcast of Whooshkaa. Actually, she set it up.
She created the picture that she wanted and created her own show.  Then yesterday, she uploaded her very first episode.
I then submitted it to iTunes and Spotify and it has already been accepted for both.
Then this morning, as I was uploading up another episode for my Revealing The Code Of The Gods podcast;
We saw that Tasha had already had 9 listens – all from Sweden.
She was so happy that people were listening to her material and now it gives all her creations an outlet.
So if you too want to listen to Tasha’s podcast, you can find it:

Here on Whooshkaa

Here on Spotify

And Here on iTunes

Or just listen to it below

Our little girl is growing up.
15 years old and already creating a storm.
We love you Tasha.
Mum, Dad, Blade, Rye, Kita, Alec, Hunter, Amlayah, Yahsha, Azanyah, Zeinobiyah & Shakirah.
Today's Podcast

Today’s Podcast

Aug 15, 18
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Hi Amazing Peeps,

Today’s Podcast is HERE!

Go over to the Live Your Dream With Kids page in the menu and have a listen.

Next week, there is another interview, then the week after, another.

I love the traction that this podcast is getting.

Well, see you over at the podcast.

Let me know if you feel that it needs anything more.  I love the growth and ideas you bring.

Our Week

  • We saw another boat arrive and leave for New Caledonia.
  • We had a few days off with kids and colds.
  • Mum walked like a chicken down the street and on my run as I improve my posture.
  • Mum got her Manifesting Millions video diary up on her Revealing The Code Of The Gods website.
  • Dad chased the kids around the deck
  • Dad went out and danced in public.
  • Tasha’s B’day is this Saturday
  • We all enjoyed some gratitude of where we are and what we have, as well as a nice Whiskey.

See you soon.


Zannys Harbars

Our First Date Night in 10 Years

Aug 10, 18
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Hi Amazing Peeps,
Last night was our first date night in 10 years

our first date night in 10 years

I don’t even know how it had got than long between date nights but hey, life happens.
It was also 7 children between date nights. Which is terrifying!
So it was time we did something about it.
So I, along with Alex Vaughan organised a date night. Steve was totally in the dark about it all.
What Alex and I had organised that she (Alex) would look after the kids and Steve and I go out.
So I organised the entertainment and Alex told me about a great place for dinner.

The vagueness will end in a moment.

Wednesday came around and I told Steve that Alex was coming over.  We tried (let me stress TRIED) to tidy up the place and prepare for having people aboard.
Steve even decided that NOW was the time to make the cockpit soft and cushy, by putting down rubber matting.
We got it all done, got in a BASIC shop and were getting ready.
I was so excited because I knew what we had planned.
We left at 3.55pm to get the 4.05pm ferry, as our entertainment started at 5 and we were still in Manly. We picked up Alex at the same time.
We felt so bad, like we were the worst parents, leaving our kids.  It was really weird.
But we KNEW that we NEEDED a night just as Beccie and Steve.  Not Mum and Dad.
So we waved at them madly from the back of the ferry as we left Manly.  I was a bit sad but also happy at the same time.
So basically I was having a bipolar moment.
Once we were away, I was sure that the kids would be ok.  Alex was wonderful and our kids know how to look after each other really well.
I told them that although Mrs. Alex may not have parent eyes, but you guys have sibling eyes, which is almost as good.
We got into Circular Quay and tried to slow down. We are both in such a habit of walking like we are on a mission, it is hard to slow to a leisurely pace.
But we did slow……a little.
By then, I started to feel like a couple again.  My face hurt because I was smiling so much.
We caught a train that took us to St. James.  Once off the train, we walked a block or so and arrived at our entertainment.
VIRTUAL ROOM in Sydney was where we were going.

Our first date night in 10 years

Virtual Reality was something that we had never done before but I thought that it would be so much fun.
Surprisingly, it wasn’t my first pick.
There was one EVEN BETTER
It was…
Yes, our idea of the most Awesome Date Night is throwing axes at boards!  It would be so cool!
Anyway, Virtual Reality is really, REALLY cool.  So I hoped anyway.
We went in and took the lift to the top floor.  We entered a small, reception that was predominately black.
I was a bit unsure.  I had never been in any place like that and it made me feel a little uncomfortable.
Yet Tara, the receptionist was great, even when she called us fresh blood, as we weren’t gamers.
We were shown into our VR room and given a run down of how it works.
I was the first one to get the machine on.

Our first date night in 10 years

Steve was then escorted to his room and put his machine on.
Now we could see each others floating hands and head-gear.
We played a game to save the planet from utter destruction and even had to shoot a Tyrannosaurus Rex and some pterodactyls with arrows.
I have to admit, when the dinosaur came out and tried to bite me, my arrows were only flying about 3ft, as I was so scared, I wasn’t even firing properly.
I had to remember, it is a game. Take a breath and shoot!
We succeeded and got 100%

Our first date night in 10 years

Not everyone does apparently, so that was good.
Tara had to give us clues over the microphones, as we got a bit stuck sometimes.  We also discovered that throwing a canister to each other in zero gravity is really challenging.
Anyway, we got through.  Saved the planet, as we do.  And was told humanity with thank us for generations to come.
Turns out, I’m a planetary hero.  Not bad for our first date night in 10 years.

Our first date night in 10 years

It was so much fun though.
We came out of it and Steve said how cool it was.
I was so glad, as I didn’t know how he would respond to a virtual reality experience.
Which made me feel better.
Definitely Axe Throwing next time!
At around 6pm, we left the VR and made our way, very casually to where we would have dinner.
It was great to walk through Sydney at night.  I had never done that before.  I had walked the outskirts during Vivid but never through the city.
It’s vibe at night is really cool.
We finally got to our dinner destination.  The Glen View Hotel.
I took Steve up to the roof, where we were to have dinner.  I didn’t book a table prior, as their website said that bookings were only taken on weekends.
And seriously, it was Wednesday night.  How busy could it be?


There wasn’t even a table spare at all.
I was so bummed.  It was a great spot, with a spectacular view of the Opera House.  I was a great spot for a couple’s dinner.
We waited for a bit, walked around the roof twice and were about to give up.  We decided to walk up the back one more time, when a couple got up.
They said that they were leaving so we could have their table.  It was Awesome!
It also gave us a great view of the Opera House too.
So we had our seats and just relaxed.  Well as much as you can when it’s so loud, you can barely hear each other speak.

So no different to home!
Then Steve saw that we didn’t have a menu.
Being that this was my night to shout him, I got up and went to the bar.  I saw a menu, clipped in on a piece of wood.
I wasn’t sure what to do with it.  Seriously not a city / nightlife person.  So I asked the bar lady where I can get a menu.
Me, being a country mouse new to Sydney,  I did what any country mouse would do. 
I un-clipped the menu from the board and took it back to our seats. 
I then began a conversation with a lovely man next to me and saw that he had a menu too.  It was clipped to a board, which you are meant to take to your seat.
Once I showed the man and Steve what I had done, they laughed so hard. 

My awkwardness wins the day again.

After finally ordering and getting a Japanese whiskey, we had a blast.
We sat, talked, people watched, analysed body language and talked some more while we waited for our dinner to come.
We shared a fish and chips – which was beautiful. We shared one as we weren’t sure how big the servings would be.
It turns out that they were small.  But instead of getting something else, we decided on a night stroll and maybe find some dessert.
We walked through the city streets again, just enjoying every bit of each others company.  We didn’t have to count heads or carry children and even tell anyone to stop screaming.

It was just us.  Two young people, utterly in love, enjoying the night life.

It was amazing about how lost we became.  We didn’t know what to do.  I think we walked around in circles, trying to figure out what to do next.
We came across a crepe shop.  Steve loves anything crepes. So we stopped for a strawberry and melted Belgian chocolate crepe.
It was topped off with a Belgian chocolate hot chocolate.
We then slowly made our way back to the ferry terminal.  We knew Alex needed to be home  soon and I was worried about taking too long.
Steve really wanted to stay out longer but we needed to get back.
We took the ferry back, talk more Psychology, made googly eyes at each other, took photos and enjoyed just sitting next to each other until we reached Manly.

Our first date night in 10 years

We messaged the kids once we were back so they could pick us up from the beach. I wondered how long it would take us to get back into Mum and Dad mode.
They dropped Alex off and picked us up.
Alex said that she had a great time with the kids and the kids told us all about their evening.
We saw Alex sit down on the bench as we motored back.  She looked exhausted.  Anyone that can handle all the questions, stories and noise of our kids for 5 hours, is a SUPERHERO!
Once we got back to the boat, Parent Mode was back on. We sat and listened to all that they did with Mrs. Alex.  We heard all about how she took lots of photos, they told her stories, how they ate dinner and enjoyed dessert. 
We were told how Mrs. Alex wouldn’t accept any kind of food and drink from the kids.  I think she was too absorbed in the kids. 
We were told of all the different conversations that were had and how they just had so much fun.
It was great to hear that they had fun.
I looked over to Steve, knowing that for a few hours that night, he was my boyfriend again.  Now he had his Dad back on. 
I was a bit sad to not have the boyfriend but the Dad is really cool too. It’s amazing how we look different when we wear the different hats.

Our Date Night was Amazing.

There aren’t enough words to thank ALEX for giving us a night off. The love that she showed to us by allowing us to be a couple again is Huge.
There aren’t a lot of people that we would trust to come onto our boat and look after our tribe. But Alex is one that we do trust.
Thank You Alex for your special gift of Time.  You are such a beautiful person, to put yourself into the Den of “Mrs. Alex, Mrs. Alex, Mrs. Alex!”
So, that was our night. Great, Beautiful & Relaxing.
A taste of a previous life. I am already looking at when we can do it again.  And this time –


Love you guys.
Zannys Harbars




My first interview

My First Interview

Aug 08, 18
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Hi Amazingly Beautiful Peeps,

Today is the release of my first  interview on the Live Your Dream With Kids podcast.

Today, I interviewed


Go over to our LIVE YOUR DREAM WITH KIDS page and have a listen.

It a bit crazy.  We discussed everything and then some but it was fun. This episode that I released is a 30 minute shorty as we talked for 1 hour and 15 mins.

If you want to hear the whole interview, I will post that too on Whooshkaa, so you can listen, if you are so inclined.

Or even crazier, listen to it on iTunes

So here it is, in all its crazy beauty.

Love you guys.

Zannys Harbars

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Anchors Away Pt.2

Aug 08, 18
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Part 2.

Here is the second part of our Anchors Away post.



We suspect it was a….


We just put in that top picture to freak you out.  Did it work? HA HA HA!

We can’t think of anything else that would do that aboard a boat. It really had knocked him about.

He rested that day too but on day 3, we went out to the anchor.

Once it was re-tied and the wind had eased, we raised all our other anchors and pulled ourselves forward back to our main anchor.

Once we were at our main anchor, we re-dropped the second anchor so that we could reconnect the main.

Out came the grinder, Steve cut back the damaged part and we reattached it. We then dropped it again.

This led to some serious consideration.

Looking at how are we had dragged, looking at the fact that dragging was a common theme with us, we come to a decision.

New chain wasn’t enough.


So the research began.

Our plough anchor did exactly as its name suggested – it ploughed!

The sand underneath when Steve was looking for our anchor showed the plough lines. This is not what we wanted in an anchor. We wanted something that was going to hold us.

After some very late nights, looking at all the research on all the different types of anchors, we decided on an anchor.

It was a MANTUS!

We found a company in Victoria called MARINE INNOVATIONS and they were AMAZING!

Sam and Glenda were happy to help us and gave us a bunch of information.

The MANTUS was ordered on the Wednesday night, posted on the Thursday morning to be received on the Friday.

This was perfect as we had the hire car on the Thursday/Friday. It was so fast and so easy.

Thursday Steve picked up the hire car Thursday morning and drove up to Marine Direct Australia in Mona Vale.

They had a tub ready for us to pick up with S/V Sumbawa written on it.

Anchors Away Pt.2

I looked too small to be 55m of 10mm chain, so Steve questioned it. The guy assured Steve that it was the right one, so into the back of the car it went.

Steve then picked up everything else that we needed for Sparky (our electric motor) and came back.

Our tinny carried it back to the boat and we unloaded. I looked at the bucket of chain and said “That’s 55m of 10mm?” Steve’s reply “According to the guy. I think it looks too small. They must be great packers.”

The next day, I get a call from Sam at MARINE INNOVATIONS letting me know that the MANTUS has arrived at the depot.

We pick that up in the morning along with 50m of new rope for our rope anchor and a huge top-up shop.

That was bought back in two trips, to the boat.

We now have a new anchor, new chain and new rope. Saturday was assembling day.

We also had an Amazing surprise as Doug from Eden sailed in to see us. We organised a time to meet him, and went to the park.

He arrived in a Santa suit with presents for everyone.

Anchors Away Pt.2

It was so Awesome and funny. It really made our day.

Anchors Away Pt.2

So Sunday was assemble day.

We got out our MANTUS, put it together and put it up at the bow.

Anchors Away Pt.2

We then got the chain ready. As we were pulling it out of its bucket, something looked wrong.

So we did a chain check. We ran it along the deck to check its length. It turns out that we had less that half of what we had ordered.


Steve emailed him straight away, explaining that we had to hire a car to come and get it. He said Monday.

Monday came and Marine Direct Australia were on it straight away.

Although when we called the first time, they said that they couldn’t deliver, which was the reason for the hire car. They said because it was their stuff up, they would deliver it to us.

So on Monday afternoon, the wrong chain was exchanged for the right chain at Rose Bay boat ramp.

We didn’t take the drum but the chain was just piled into the dingy and we motored back.

Anchors Away Pt.2

Without even bringing the chain on board, we attached the MANTUS, halyard it down into the dinghy, attached the other end to the bull horns, motored out and dropped the anchor.

We then pulled both of our other anchors up, so we were just holding by our new MANTUS!

We had to put it to the test.

I can’t remember the last time that we were only using the one anchor. We never trusted the other anchor fully, so always put down the two.

Now we only have one down and it held us beautifully.

We swung differently with just the one but it is so much less work to deal with.

  • No need to constantly untie twisted anchors if the wind changed.
  • No more have anchors tangles when trying to raise them.
  • Also there is no more kids raising the second anchor.

Sorry y’all! We know you loved seeing that.

MARINE INNOVATIONS were so great, they now have a permanent place on the side bar there. It’s like we have our first ever SPONSER!

If any of you are wanting to talk to experts and leaders in their field. MARINE INNOVATIONS are the ones to talk too.

Click their logo

Anchors Away

on the side bar to see their website.

The chain is so pretty! It is the cleanest, shiniest thing on this boat.

Now to slowly clean up the rest of her. We need to start with her bum. Boy is she filthy!

Ok, enough babble from me.

Talk soon

Zannys Harbars

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