Monthly Archives: October 2013

Making miles in Virginia

We’ve been making miles south. After leaving Smith creek on the Potomac, we had a quiet night in Antipoison creek, named after Captain John Smith had a stingray wound treated by the local indians. Then, we headed to Gwynn Island … Continue reading

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Finishing lifelines

Finishing the dyneema lifelines south of Smith Point.

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Smith creek, md

We arrived back in Smith Creek yesterday for a last visit this time around and a hard goodbye with friends from Annapolis. We spent a rainy day making soft shackles, splicing, playing with knots, chatting, eating, and having a nice … Continue reading

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Cruising again

After 3 weeks in Annapolis, we headed south again on October 5 and spent a night in Deale with Tracy’s parents and then a week in Solomons. Solomons held us for so long due to a work trip and then … Continue reading

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Top 10 Answers

The questions are often worded differently, so let’s skip straight to the answers: A summer (2013), a school year, and a summer (2014).  Unless we feel like returning earlier.  A corollary:  North to Maine, South to the Caribbean, and back … Continue reading

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Southbound Again

Today we are in Solomons with Tracy’s parents. We left Annapolis Saturday morning, stopped in Rockhold creek/Deale Saturday night and moved to Solomons Sunday. We’ll be here for the week while we take care of some travel and business. Cheers

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Fall mornings

A view of back creek early one morning this week.

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