A funny memoir of falling in love, getting married, and moving aboard a boat. A young woman meets an amazing guy, falls in love, and they move in together. Straightforward enough, right? Except he lives on a boataa 38-foot trawler, docked in Chicago. Their relationship is intensified by living in a tiny space, and by the never-ending quirks of the boat, who becomes a third party in the marriage. There are electrical failures, pump failures, big waves, and freezing winters . . . not to mention the attack goose. Felicia Schneiderhan has a fine literary sensibility and manages to be both funny and deeply serious in writing about boats and love and relationships. This book will delight any boater, or any land-dweller dreaming of escape. aNewlyweds Afloat is a love story between a woman, a man, and his boat. Felicia Schneiderhan recounts with humor and skill the story of her transformation from a Chicago apartment dweller to a newly married river rat on Chicagoas waterways. With an eye for the absurd, she reveals the ups and downs, joys and challenges, and day-to-day logistics of living aboard a 38-foot trawler named Mazurkaaeven in winter. Newlyweds Afloat is full of high-seas drama and flat water reflection plus cats and lots and lots of heart. I could not stop reading it.a aJulie Buckles, author of Paddling to Winter aNewlyweds Afloat is a wifeas story of learning to be the other woman, with a man who loves his boat. This detailed account takes an honest look at many of the difficulties of life aboard a trawler, and learning to love his boat as much as he does.a aEd Robinson, author of Leap of Faith: Quit Your Job and Live on a BoatSuddenly the photographer wrapped his leather jacket around the woman and they got into a parked car. A car drove by. ... It had my whole calendar. I havena#39;t synced it in months. ... I had the same experience when my phone was caught in the rain. After a day of buzzing, it dried out and I was able to use it. I reassured my anbsp;...
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