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Morse Family Adventures Continue – Everyday Saturday

For those of you NOT following the Morse Family on social media, you better click that follow button because they’re off on another grand adventure you won’t want to miss!  Brandon Morse, originally from Weiser, Idaho, and his wife Amber, and their family of six have set out on another adventure after finishing up a long trip in an RV, traveling across the country seeing new sights and exploring new places they’ve never been.

Back in early December, the family announced that they had officially sold their beautiful home in a quiet cul-de-sac where they used to live among baby ducks, a pond oasis, and incredible neighbors.  On the day they signed off on their house at the title company, Brandon flew from the Boise Airport to buy their next home.  But it probably isn’t the type of home you’d imagine…

Yep.  They bought a sailboat.  “The next chapter of our story begins here on this dock in Mathews, Virginia,” they shared on social media.  Brandon made a fast 30-hour round trip between Idaho and Virginia to purchase a boat and be back for Thanksgiving.  “Here she is!  Meet Sandy Feet.  She’s a 2013 Lagoon 450f sailing catamaran.  Just under 46’ long and 26’ wide.  4 staterooms (bedrooms), 4 heads (bathrooms) and so much space!”  Rigged with a water treatment facility and power plant, Sandy Feet is solar, equipped with lithium batteries, and a desalinator that turns salt water into drinking water.

On January 10th, Brandon and Amber announced that they had made the 2,580-mile cross country trip after toughing out bad weather, a broken Uhaul axle, and a lot of shuffling around of stuff from trailer to trailer.  Now in their third week of living full-time on a catamaran, the family has been adjusting to living on the ocean.  “It’s not been clear skies and beautiful sunsets every day.  We had two terribly stormy and windy days, in fact, winds as high as 47 mph made it a rocking boat,” they shared.

The Morse’s admit that the learning curve has been steep.  Living on a boat has been hard work that requires a lot of maintenance and upkeep.  But they are excited for this new adventure, their family is happy and together.  “So while our legs are aching and our heads are spinning, our hearts are full.  We know we’re in this TOGETHER,” they shared on social media.

If you want to follow their adventures, be sure to hit the “like” button on their Facebook page @everydaysaturday.  Visit and subscribe to their YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/everydaysaturday

(Photos used with permission from Brandon Morse)

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