Forgot your password? Forgot your username or email?
Daily Quote: Adjust Your Sails
What Can You Do?
Update settings. Privacy Settings.
- Adjust Your Sails to the Future.
- Sealed Secrets.
- The Sherlock Holmes Archives (incl. The Truth About Sherlock Holmes)?
- We Cannot Direct the Wind, But We Can Adjust the Sails – Quote Investigator;
Life and Taxes
I understand. Close Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account. Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook accounts. Escape will close this window. Get started. Continue with Facebook.
If The Wind Doesn’t Blow Your Way, Adjust Your Sails
Continue with Google. Email or Username.
- Explore Topics!
- If The Wind Doesn't Blow Your Way, Adjust Your Sails.
- When depression strikes, you have choices.
- I Saw Yeshua: One Touch of His Hand, I was Healed and Saved!?
Have an account? Sign in.
Adjust Your Sails - Message Bangle
First Name. Email Your confirmation will be sent to your email address. I loved catching a breeze and ripping through the water. I dreamed of owning sail boat.
One day I received a call from a friend inviting my wife and I to go out sailing with him. His boss owned a large sailboat and offered to take him and a couple of his friends out on the water.
http://leondumoulin.nl/language/known/beauty-and-the-baby-mills.php We said yes and went out together to Gig Harbor to go sailing. We motored out of the harbor and then raised the sails. We visited and admired the boat. Every so often the sails would be adjusted or we would tweak our direction to tack with the wind. The owner offered to let us drive and taught us how to adjust the sails.
It was awesome. The first thing the owner did was point up to the top of the sail. On the main mast was an arrow and a V-shaped window. He told us that as long as the arrow remained between the V, you would have wind in your sail. If the arrow left the V, you had to adjust your sails or the direction in which you were traveling to bring the two back in line.
We had a great time and spent a lot of time looking up and making adjustments.
By the end of the afternoon, we had become pretty good at.