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FurledSails.com Podcast #4 - Kite Quest 200
The FurledSails podcast is the worlds first sailing podcast. In this Podcast we cover news about the Gypsy Moth, bring you the latest news about Kite Quest 200, tell you about sailing a kayak on the Wakulla river, talk about the dumb thing of the week bring you the recipe of the week, and tell you about our web site of the week.

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Show Notes:

Web site of the week:

http://www.smallsailboats.co.uk/

Book of the week:

Recipe of the week:

7 can soup

10 3/4 ounces tomato soup, condensed
14 1/2 ounces Rotel tomatoes -- diced
14 1/2 ounces tomato sauce with celery,onion, peppers
15 ounces chili with no beans
15 ounces chili with beans
1 15 1/4 ounce kernal corn -- drained
15 ounces mixed vegetables -- drained
1 pound ground beef
1 tablespoon sugar

Brown ground beef. Mix all ingredients together and simmer.

( Podcast, Shownotes, and Information: FurledSails.com Podcast #4 - Kite Quest 200      Submitted by Noel Mon Sep 26, 2005 )

FurledSails.com Podcast #3 Remix
The audio quality of the third podcast was really really bad. This version is better. We have purchased some new equipment in the hope of making the audio in our fourth podcast wonderful.

The FurledSails podcast is the worlds first sailing podcast. In this Podcast we cover sailing news, tell you about Talk like a pirate day, bring you the latest news about Kite Quest 200, Ellen MacArthur's latest project, the recipe of the week, and tell you about our web site of the week.

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Show Notes:

Web site of the week:

SleepingWithOars.com

Book of the week:

Recipe of the week:

1 Pkg. Ramen Noodles
3 Cups Shredded Cabbage
1 Can Cooked Chicken
1/4 Cup Green onions, thinly sliced
1/4 Cup chopped red pepper (optional)
3 T salad oil
2 T rice wine vinegar
2 T soy sauce
1 t sugar

In small jar or bottle mix oil, vinegar, soy sauce and sugar. Cover and shake well. Set aside.

In Large bowl mix cabbage, chicken, noodles, red pepper and green onions. Top with dressing and cashews.

( Podcast, Shownotes, and Information: FurledSails.com Podcast #3 Remix      Submitted by Noel Tue Sep 20, 2005 )

FurledSails.com Podcast #3
The FurledSails podcast is the worlds first sailing podcast. In this Podcast we cover sailing news, tell you about Talk like a pirate day, bring you the latest news about Kite Quest 200, Ellen MacArthur's latest project, the recipe of the week, and tell you about our web site of the week.

Call and leave your comments at 904-224-2402.

Email us at podcast@furledsails.com

FurledSails.com Podcast #2
The FurledSails podcast is the worlds first sailing podcast. In this Podcast we cover sailing news, tell you about ourselves and what first interested us in sailing, bring you the latest news about Kite Quest 200, Ellen MacArthur's latest project, the recipe of the week, and tell you about our web site of the week.

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Show Notes:

Sailing News:

Web site of the week:

Grog's Animated Knots

Book of the week:

Recipe of the week:

One Pot Spaghetti Recipe

Ingredients:
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 pound hamburger
1 cup chopped onion
1 clove garlic, mashed
2 cans (8-ounce size) tomato sauce
2 cups dry red wine
1 cup water
1 pound spaghetti, uncooked
1 1/2 teaspoon chili powder
1 1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
Directions:
Heat pressure cooker and add oil.

Lightly brown hamburger, onion and garlic, stirring occasionally to separate meat. Add all remaining ingredients except cheese. Toss uncooked pasta in liquid so it separates (if spaghetti is to long break strands in half before adding). Close cover securely.
Place pressure regulator on vent pipe and cook 7 minutes for well-done spaghetti, 6 minutes for al dente.
Cool cooker immediately. Stir cheese into mixture before serving.

( Podcast, Shownotes, and Information: FurledSails.com Podcast #2      Submitted by Noel Mon Sep 12, 2005 )

FurledSails.com Podcast #1
The FurledSails podcast is the worlds first sailing podcast. In this Podcast we talk about trips we have made to the 20th annual small boat meet at Cedar Key Florida, sailing in the Cedar Key area, Kite Quest, and tell you about the recipe of the week.
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Shownotes

Our recipe of the week is:

Chicken and Rice Burritos

2 cans of chicken drained
1 can green chilies
2 boxes Uncle Bens long grain and wild rice quick cooking recipe
Tortillas
Optional sour cream

Cook chicken and rice together according to rice package directions. Add chilies to mixture serve on tortillas. Garnish with sour cream if available.

( Podcast, Shownotes, and Information: FurledSails.com Podcast #1      Submitted by Noel Mon Sep 5, 2005 )

2005 Cedar Key Small Boat Meet
My wife and I attended the 2005 Cedar Key Small boat Meet held annually in Cedar Key Florida. We had a great time. The following story describes the weekend and has a few pictures I took along the way.

( Podcast, Shownotes, and Information: 2005 Cedar Key Small Boat Meet      Submitted by Noel Thu Aug 25, 2005 )

Exploring the Northern Leewards
A nice article over on sailjazz talks about crusing in the Northern Leewards.
"During this "Mix Up" regatta, local West Indies sailors are invited to sail aboard the modern race boats in the morning and in the afternoon the gringos can catch a ride on one of the traditional island sloops. I was invited to race aboard Miss Anguilla, one of the 30-foot open wooden boats native to Anguilla and St. Martin and which were originally used for transporting sugar cane and the field workers up and down the island."

( Podcast, Shownotes, and Information: Exploring the Northern Leewards      Submitted by Noel Mon Aug 22, 2005 )

Sinking your ship
The story of the sinking of Arwen, a 30 foot wooden doublended cutter, is the sort of thing that can keep you awake at night. Jack Ganssle hits something in deep water that is big enough to stop his boat in its track and hard enough to crush parts of his hull. Five minutes after the crash she was gone.

I was thinking of this story when I saw a review of this Rescue Laser Flare. One of the things I liked about the laser flare was that you could use it again and again without expending it.

"The basic concept of the Rescue Laser Flare is to modify a laser beam so that it projects a line rather than a pinpoint light source we normally associate with a laser. The theory being that the expanding vertical line would cover a wide swath so that it would greatly increase the odds of being seen as a survivor scans a target or the horizon and the laser light would be distinctive and stand out better than a traditional flashlight. Another use would be for Search and Rescue (SAR) forces to use a similar tool to cover more ground or water than could be done with the relatively limited area lit by a searchlight, with any retro-reflective material being picked up in the beam and reflecting back the laser light source."

( Podcast, Shownotes, and Information: Sinking your ship      Submitted by Noel Thu Aug 18, 2005 )

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in chronological order

The Complete Trailer Sailor
E-Charting
Simple Sailor 1
Simple Sailor 2
Phil Bolger 1
Phil Bolger 2
On Island Time
Marvin Creamer 1
Marvin Creamer 2
Jay Fitzgerald 1
Jay Fitzgerald 2
Container Yachts
Ancient Mariners 1
Ancient Mariners 2
EarthNC Plus
Mike Harker
Cast Off
Chief of Watertribe 1
Chief of Watertribe 2
Dave and Anke 1
Dave and Anke 2
Michael Storer 1
Michael Storer 2
Serge Testa
Floating Fox
Fine Tolerance 1
Fine Tolerance 2
Mississippi voyage
Lugnut 1
Lugnut 2
Robby Smith 1
Robby Smith 2
Sailing Grace
Jimmy Cornell
Webb Chiles 1
Webb Chiles 2
John Wellsford 1
John Wellsford 2
Duckworks
Shane St. Clair 1
Shane St. Clair 2
Capt. Dave Kyser
Hugh Horton
American Eagle
Trekka 1
Trekka 2
AGLCA
Black Swan
Bluesphere Update
Kruger Canoes 1
Kruger Canoes 2
PDRacer
Chesapeake Light Craft
Don Backe of CRAB
Sven Yrvind 1
Sven Yrvind 2
Spirit of S.C.
Gannon & Benjamin
Center for wooden boats
Canal Boat
Caribbean Compass
Mahina Expeditions
Exit Only Part 1
Exit Only Part 2
Graham Byrnes
SoCal Potters
World Cruising Club
Saving Old Seagulls
Grahame Shannon
Spanish and French
Mico Verde
Ministry of Rum
Silver Donald Cameron
Community Boating
George Buehler
The Venturers Cruise
Bumfuzzle
Ted Brewer
Watertribe
Managing the Waterways
The Haskells
Paul Lutus part 1
Paul Lutus part 2
Reese Palley
Fix it and sail
Beachcombers
Pete Goss
George Moffett
Good Old Boat
Ellen Landrum
Towndock
SSCA
Celestial Navigation
Nick Moloney
Iceblink part 1
Iceblink part 2
Outward Bound
Sailblogs
Lin and Larry Pardey part 1
Lin and Larry Pardey part 2
Jeff Hazzard
Boat Surveys
Schooner to Cuba part 1
Schooner to Cuba part 2
Lightning and Sailboats
Microcruising part 1
Microcruising part 2
Around in 8 Feet part 1
Around in 8 Feet part 2
Paddlevan
Stickers and Vacation
Sandy Mackinnon part 1
Sandy Mackinnon part 2
The Naked Lady
Eileen Quinn
Gunkhole Marine
Sir Chay Blyth
Kruise for Kids
TheSailingChannel
Project Bluesphere
Dinghies
Celestial Navigation
Distant Shores part 1
Distant Shores part 2
Red Rock Sailing
Luke and DD part 1
Luke and DD part 2
Beneteau
Google Earth
Island Packet Yachts
Offshore Sailing School
Aviva Challenge
Sunsail
Sea Pearl 21
Karen Hansen
Flying scott
Hunter Marine
My first sailboat
Seabreath
Delphi yachts
Lats and Atts
Doyle Ploch
Spirit Investigations
Running aground
Luke part 1
Luke part 2
More Luke stories
Kite Quest 200
The Elusive First 3 Shows!

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