Monthly Archives: September 2013

Migration

With September, Back Creek in Annapolis fills up. As the month moves on, boats squeeze into spots left open by less desperate cruisers. Many of them have hailing ports of Boston, Maine, and Canada. Now, there are two boats off … Continue reading

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Now that’s an anchor

We have a new anchor. We named her Roxy. She’s more widely traveled than we are, having started her sailing career in Chile, stopping at South georgia Is. (hint, not the one next to Florida) before making her way to … Continue reading

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Annapolis

We arrived yesterday under full throttle with our friends from Sea Robin on the outer docks at the mouth of the creek waving and yelling welcome back. We waved on the way by, but kept the throttle down to make … Continue reading

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Welcome back

Bay Bridge ahead. And back with a bang:

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Birds

A view to the top of the mast this morning. We had the same birds yesterday also. Two days in the Corsica have been great to relax and take care of some projects and work. The water is flat, there’s … Continue reading

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Thinking in the Corsica River

Before dinner The view here is quite different from our view one and two weeks ago.

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Haven’t seen one of these in a while

Fish trap on the Chester River.

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