"What could possibly go wrong?" Host Bradford Rogers learns some things NOT to do—and the occasional life lesson—while sailing the Gulf Coast of Florida and meeting salty characters. "Screwing up is part of cruising. Let me show you how!"
Episode 25: How Not To Paint Your Cabin Top
A week in the blazing sun. A thousand dollars worth of materials, some of which may or may not be the right stuff for the job. What could possibly go wrong?
Edited by: Bradford Rogers
Voiceover: Bradford Rogers
Mixed by: Maxi Frini
This episode contains music and SFX from the below. (All other music, SFX, location sound, etc., by Bradford Rogers for Worldsongs Media. ©2019, 2020 and/or 2021 Worldsongs, Inc.)
Hokey Pokey – Alan Green
Dominoes – Jim Perkins
Mojacari – Daniel Diaz
Simplfy The Chaos – Leon Rifkin
Opening Night – V. Dragunov
Rising Sun – Aaron Paul Low
Unfamiliar Faces – All Good Folks
Howie Mitchell – Deep Blue Sea (License: CC BY NC SA)
From the Library of Congress American Folklife Center, call number afc2008005_sr491. Released by permission of the artists.
Sanding of soft wood [coarse sandpaper] (CCBY, CCNC)
Sanding A Piece Of Wood (CC0)
Phone Dialing (CC0)
Cordless Drill Drilling Wood (CC0)
Angry Phone Call (CCBY)
Episode 24: Listener Questions
I answer your questions!
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Pluses and Minuses
This first episode of Season Two is about a rather dirty topic.
Unheard Gems from Season One
Here are some of the stories and How Not To Sail moments from Bob Bitchin, Fuel Dock Debbie, and Eric Stone you *didn't* hear in Season One...!
I listen to most of the sailing podcasts. I enjoy them all. But this is special. So smooth. Funny. Endearing. Thank you Bradford.
What could go wrong?
Great sailing stories... with a good dose of humor. I look forward to what happens next on your cruise.
I love the humor and I love to listen to you enjoy the trails and tribulations, that makes sailing, a labor of love.