The Joy of Missing Out.
When you cherish moments of aloneness.
Sarah and I enjoy each others company, we are happy together. We stay living on our boat because we enjoy the moments, hours, and days that we spend alone, just the two of us.
We interact with the world in our own, purposeful way. There is no TV, no radio stations, and our one phone is nearly always off. People don’t stop by to visit and we have no way to visit them (no car).
Does living on a boat require a solitary life style? Absolutely not. There are many places where quiet would be the exception because boaters tend to be a gregarious bunch. You can always find a busy marina and become a part of their close nit community or, like us, squirrel yourselves away among some charming islands where solitude is the norm.