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- Heading back
- Heading South
- Les Saintes
- Marie Galante
- New Year
- New York
- North Carolina
- Puerto Rico
- Rhode island
- Statue of Liberty
- Virgin Islands
Monthly Archives: August 2013
At last we have a strong enough internet connection to share some pictures from our last week in Maine. When we started planning this trip, we did not expect to go to Maine to find family from Texas. That’s exactly … Continue reading
Here are two treasures we found in Boston Harbor. We love exploring the wash zone between the high and low tide lines and looking for treasure. Last night and today were particularly neat.
After a calm motor from Gloucester, we are anchored in Boston harbor. Not the main, busy part of the harbor, but rather the idyllic section with the “Boston harbor islands”many of which are a national park. We tried first to … Continue reading
We departed Seal Cove/Richmond Island yesterday around 0530 when there was enough light to see the last of the Maine lobster pots. We didn’t want to take any with us. We had an eventful trip to Gloucester except for sighting … Continue reading
Last sunset in Maine from Seal Cove between Cape Elizabeth and Richmond Island. On to Gloucester tomorrow at first light.
On our way from Sebasco Harbor to Cape Elizabeth, we stopped at Jewell Island, which was a fort during World War II for coastal protection and detecting U-boots. Much of the bunkers and observation towers remain intact and open for … Continue reading