I started working on boats in
1993. I loved the life...no time clock, no commute, and I got to travel to places I would
have never gotten to see. The money wasn't
too shabby, either. I've got to meet the most incredible people you could
ever hope to meet. From a Captain who'd snuck into El Salvador during wartime to go surfing, to the guy who
solar eclipse through a pair of giant binoculars ("I thought they
had a solar filter!"), I've met
I've worked this whole country, from the Aleutian Peninsula in Alaska to New York City. From the Mississippi River
to the Caribbean and
further beyond. These pictures here below are a few photos of my ships and
of my shipmates.
These are photos taken in Coatzecualcos, Mexico, & Galveston TX on the M/V El Pato Grande & El Gato Grande...
Line Bunkering- These
photos are different towing vessels. They were taken in locations from
NYC to Norfolk.
I lived on a houseboat for a couple years in
Baltimore. Here's us Moving my houseboat.
Andrie, Inc. (Great Lakes) Remember-The Post-Andrie
Survivors Network meets the
first Thursday of every month in the basement
of the First Baptist Church...B.Y.O.B.
Gulf of Mexico / Caribbean
In 2001, I was involved in the raising of a section of the Civil War-era Ironclad Monitor.
Below are some pictures...