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Choosing freedom of tiny home-boat over Hollywood life

"Heather Wilcoxon grew up visiting the Hollywood sets of her actor parents (her father played Marc Antony opposite Claudette Clobert in Cecil B. DeMille's Cleopatra and her mother played Brenda Starr in the original tv series), but at age 20 she left all that behind to move aboard a boat and for the past 4 decades has made her home on the San Francisco Bay.
   Wilcoxon bought her current home, a turn-of-the-century vessel in 1986 and she's been remodeling it ever since. The Delta Queen was once a cook house barge in the Sacramento River Delta, but in the seventies it earned a permanent berth at the Galilee Harbor in Sausalito, California where a collection of artists and boatworkers built a floating village.
   Wilcoxon lives on about $12,000 a year, paying a small monthly fee to the cooperative for berth rights (which includes sewage and laundry). Her electric bills are only about $12 in the summer and $60 during the frosty winter months.…"
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From Lew Lewandowski

1 comment :

Stephanie said...

Oh, I am so in love with this boat! How I wish I could do this. What a wonderful life & a wonderful lady! I love her attitude & her flair with the paintbrush!

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