“I slept and I dreamed that life is all joy. I woke and I saw that life is all service.

I served and I saw that service is joy.”

A small portion of my fee from each transaction will be donated to Burlington Able Sail.  I am an amateur sailor and have a deep and abiding love of sailing.  The passionate and inspirational volunteers at Burlington donate their time, energy and love to bring a form of mobility to children and adults who normally require the use of wheelchairs for mobility.  Using specially designed sailboats and a unique dockside levered rigging system to allow for easy placement of the sailors into the boats, Burlington Able Sail brings a fun, enjoyable and different type of mobility to the many children and adults who participate in the program each year.  Burlington Able Sail runs daily children camps during the months of July and August for children who normally require the use of a wheelchair for mobility.  

If you have the time and interest, I highly recommend volunteering for Burlington Able Sail.


Burlington Able Sail

Provides sailing and instruction for differently abled sailors.

To provide access and opportunity to sail for individuals with a physical or cognitive disability and enhance their quality of life.

To support and provide sailing opportunities for people living with a disability in Burlington and surrounding areas.
To promote the integration of sailors with disabilities with able-bodied sailors.