Peter's Web - About Me

Sunday, August 19, 2018

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              Me]About Me

"In the future, everyone will have their own boring home page."
-Andy Warhol overheard chatting with Nico, 1967

My name is Peter Conrad Cumminsky and I am a Connecticut Yankee and Baby Boomer in my 50's now transplanted to a home port in Florida. I was in the Navy and after the Vietnam War I lived in several states across the country. I am retired now and am cruising on my Tanzer 7.5 "Pocket Yacht" where I live aboard and travel the waterways of the world.

I worked in the fields of Electronics and then Computer Technology and Web mastering for many years. I like to listen to scanner and shortwave communications and have a fascination with any new technology. I also like to dabble in art, illustration, photography and music; and love to read - especially historical fantasy and science fiction. The Library is your Friend :-)

I enjoy sailing, hiking, travel, and cruising aboard my boat. I have hiked almost every major trail in the U.S. (including the Appalachian and Pacific Crest along with part of the Continental divide) and have sailed the Caribbean Sea, the Sea of Cortez, the Gulf of Mexico, across the Atlantic to the Mediterranean Sea, and the Pacific on the West Coast and off Hawaii.

I still maintain several of my Web sites and Web Rings along with being active in many on-line groups and conferences. There doesn't seem to be enough time in the day to do everything I want. This is retirement?

I have some land in Baja del Norte, Mexico at El Dorado Ranch Estates outside San Felipe near the Sea of Cortez, also know as the Gulf of California. I plan to use it as a vacation and "retirement" place as soon as I have a straw-bale house constructed on the land. I'll use alternative energy from the sun and wind to power it along with a satellite dish for telecommuting.