Flashback to the Vallejo

In 1969, Jim Gibbons dropped out of college and headed west, ending up in Sausalito, where he joined other dropouts living free on the water during the 1970s era of “sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll.” Now he has written a book about his adventures, in Sausalito and elsewhere, entitled...

From a Log Cabin to The Victorian

MJ Roberts and Jerry Evans of Issaquah Dock are both accomplished creative professionals as well as long time professors. Just like many of us, they started with a funky pied a terre floating home on Main Dock, and then moved to The Log Cabin (on Issaquah) before landing their perfect boat, The...

Fri Feb 16 – A Tribute to Larry Moyer

The final in the Sausalito Library’s series 2018 Sausalito Documentary Films: A Tribute to Larry Moyer – Friday February 16 at 7pm inside the Sausalito Library. Larry Moyer was a fixture on the Sausalito waterfront for more than forty years. An artist, filmmaker, photographer, raconteur, and close friend of Shel Silverstein, Larry...

East Pier Adventurer

The newest world class mariner among our floating homes community is Lia Ditton. Originally from England, she has sailed 150,000 nautical miles, an equivalent of 8 laps around the globe! Her newest adventure involves rowing in a 21’ ocean rower from Japan to San Francisco. This 5,500-nautical-mile run, over 6 months, will...

Art Vibes at the Libe

The Sausalito library was packed on Sunday, November 5 for the opening reception of the fifth annual Sausalito Village Art Show. Show organizers Hillair Bell and Michael Sheats of South 40 invited everyone to enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres and libations, while listening to a classical string trio which included cellist...

Warm Farewell Despite the Weather

The skies were misty, and so were many people’s eyes as Issaquah neighbors and other friends gathered to wish a fond farewell to Emily and Stuart Riddell. After 27 years on the dock, they’ve sold their floating home and are moving to Southern California to be closer to their kids...