Author: Bill Morris

A salute to the fallen crew of Quest

My hands clenched the steering wheel as the radio announcer’s voice broke news of the execution of Scott and Jean Adam, Bob Riggle and Phyllis Macay on Feb. 22 by Somali pirates about 100 miles south of the Yemeni coast.…

The voyager as a good dog

A circumnavigator who falls ill during a stop in India tries a novel approach to get the medicine he needs Bed-ridden with the flu for nearly a week, my head swirled with the myriad details of planning a voyage from…

A salute to the fallen crew of Quest

My hands clenched the steering wheel as the radio announcer’s voice broke news of the execution of Scott and Jean Adam, Bob Riggle and Phyllis Macay on Feb. 22 by Somali pirates about 100 miles south of the Yemeni coast.…

Voyage provisioning

What do eggs, cabbage, raw fish and an open jar of mayonnaise have in common? They are four things that absolutely must be refrigerated or eaten fresh, or they’re forever banned from the galley, right? Myths like these can cause…

Green voyaging

With only a few adjustments and some additional gear, voyagers can begin making less of an impact on the natural world