The collected writing of Nick Hayes, advocate for family and community sailing.
October 1, 2014 § Leave a comment
I’ve sailed with a few yellers, but only one time each. Here’s how a yeller can kick the habit. See page 58 in this month’s Spinsheet Magazine.
Tagged: experiential learning, family sailing, fun, GoSailing, kids and sailing, mentoring, old men, parenting, sailing, sailing parents, sailing school, Spinsheet
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