31 July 2011

How many of you have read ALL of the interviews?

Some of you have been reading the Interview With A Cruiser Project from the beginning. Some of you joined in the first year and some of you are recent readers.

How many of you have read all 78 interviews?

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21 comments:

S/V Veranda said...

I've read the last ten or so being a recent follower of your blog. Really nicely done. I've learned more about some of my friends than I did while we were together....

Deb said...

I have. The site is at the top of my Google Reader. Keep up the good work - it's an invaluable resource for those of us close to casting off.

Deb
S/V Kintala
www.theretirementproject.blogspot.com

bob said...

Oooh! Oooh! I have! But have there really been 78?

Bob
s/v Eolian
Seattle

Kjell O. Stave said...

Thank you for a great blog, i have read all the interviews please keep it going :-)

cpujock said...

I've enjoyed every one of the cruising interviews and follow a number of them on their websites or blogs. It's the only reason I look forward to Monday. Yep, I'm still a landlubbing, working stiff. Not for long....

Anonymous said...

Read all 78. But there must be many more!

Thanks for the inspiration. Hope to be featured someday as well.

Mike

Anonymous said...

i have, and enjoyed them too. great resource, thanks!

Ben said...

I have - This blog performs exactly to the sort of "mission statement" you kicked things off with. As someone that hopes to cruise some day, it's fantastic to get all of this short form input from so many different viewpoints. As opposed to the standard "cruiser's bible"s out there. Thanks for doing this!

Liesbet said...

This is a great and inspiring resource for wannabe cruisers as well as current cruisers! So far, I have read the interviews with cruisers I have met along the way and a few others. Well done, Livia!

Dan said...

Every Monday- one of my tasks (rather a joy, actually) is to peruse IWAC. Thanks for all of the great interviews.

Anonymous said...

I have, Tim in Vancouver Canada

Anonymous said...

Read every one, and it's so inspiring. Hope to be an "interviewee" one day soon!
Dave C.

Kevin said...

Interestingly enough I read the 78th interview (the oldest one) on the same day you posted this. Then went to Newly Salted and read those, finishing up today.

I read the Slapdash and Bumfuzzle posts as I read their sites, but what finally got me to bookmark with the determination to come back and read it all was Nine of Cups.

Thanks for the monumental amount of time and effort you clearly have put into this site.

Ted C said...

I think I have and it helps me find good blogs to bookmark and frequent.

Anonymous said...

I remember when you first put feelers out to see if anyone would be interested, I replied and have been here since then. I look forward to Monday mornings....Thank you !

Frank
(gathhill)

David Kirtley said...

I think I have read all. Have to look over again to make sure.

Master of None said...

I have read all the interviews (as well as the Newly Salted series) - As someone who shares the dream, I look forward to them every Monday morning.

Thanks again

Nat said...

When I discovered the site I read all the past interviews. I've fallen behind the past few weeks and am about to catchup on the recent entries.

Anonymous said...

Every week since the beginning... Thanks!

John Angelo said...

I've read every post a least once. I've probably read half of them at least twice. I've read some of them multiple times.

It's been great fun, thank you so much.
I leave Port Townsend in one and a half years. First to Haida Gwaii, then Glacier Bay. After that?

It's been a blast reading these as I've prepared. Again, a heartfelt thank you.

John

Anonymous said...

I've read them all.

These well-edited interviews / first-person accounts of cruising are so engaging. It's interesting to compare different sailors' experience. I very much appreciate the time and attention it took to produce you blog. Fantastic idea and great execution.

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