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Boothbay in a Day: A guide for the weekend warrior

Ah the Boothbay peninsula. Seemingly the birthplace of the Schooner, the busiest little port in Down East and the largest harbor north of Boston...where to start.  Well, before diving too far into our “Boothbay in Day: a guide for the weekend warrior” I want to preface this blog with a quick status update for Paul Landry. As of October 15th, it has been a full year since I had stepped foot in Boothbay. I started my excursion here as a 1st mate on the Schooner Eastwind oh so long ago, providing me the working capital i needed to grow the company. Since then I have traveled over 10,000+ miles in four different countries and I couldn’t be more thankful for...

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Bon Voyage Ft. Myers

As most of you lobstah lovers already know, I took a leap of faith and accepted a yachting job working in Chicago. Although I am over the moon with excitement about starting a new chapter in my life, it was equally hard to close my last one.

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A Simple, Beautiful Life

We couldn’t have arrived any sooner back at the beach house before we were jumping into our bathing suits, loading up the Yeti, and cramming towels and beach chairs into the car to get on down to the beach before we lose all our precious spot on the beach.

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Stealing a few days in Paradise

To those of you Lobster Lovers who have been with us for awhile, You know that Madison and I spend a majority of our time juggling school and growing Paul Landry. At times, it can get to be very challenging, and stressful. This holiday season was no different. Both of us come from very large families who enjoy having the whole crew home for the holidays. It seemed as if every day, from December 10th until New Years, there was some kind of event requiring our attendance. Now, don’t get us wrong, we love a good party, but holy cow... it gets exhausting after awhile. On Christmas day, my Grandpa Pooh (aka Paul Landry) was staying with us, and while...

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