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AEOLUS sounds like a local treasure. I can't think, off hand, of any boats that have stayed in a family as long.i love pre-frontal winds on lake michigan. when i go cruising we play the winds, not the harbors. i prefer the wild places but i'm happy to tuck in anywhere between the gradiant winds coming through. our schedule is not day or night/sunlight or darkness. we stop in the calms and go in the winds. my favorite part of owning a boat is the boat ride. helming aeolus with a crew tickling the sails is my great joy. we stop between wind events and play and frolic in a town or the wilds. of course the shore breezes are work to their max. love sailing at night. love anchoring in the big lake in a calm. i don't sail "shorthanded" and much prefer a crew of family and friends aboard. aeolus has many many local sailors that will play with us all the time. aeolus is first rate "camper" from a different era. camping on her is easy and fun. the more modern boats are all geared for shorthanded sailing and are what i call "condos". we optimize for the sailing. we carry many sails to match the sailing. we only hand drive under sail. we have an ice box, that can stay cold for a week. it's camping skills that most now have not been taught. running lights and water pumps are about the only electric we use. pugging in is never a requirement. the food on board is better than the food up the street mostly.
my "cruising" is about the sailing which also allows us to see and visit many places. .... and on lake michigan with have lots of varied winds to enjoy. there are no bad day during the season.