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Category Archives: Massachusetts
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We have had two good days of long day passages under motor (we never saw winds above 5 knots). We left Cape Elizabeth /Richmond Island at 0500 bound for Gloucester, but made good time early on and decided to head … Continue reading
On Saturday after the morning birdwatching tour, we headed out to Belfast. The trip started out with almost no wind, but by evening we were sailing almost dead down wind with the genoa alone at 7 knots. In the late … Continue reading
After a night off of Peddocks Island, we spent five days in Boston poking around and hanging out with friends we met our first time in Boston (2011), the Landrums. We filled every minute with swimming, eating ice cream, listening … Continue reading
Here’s the sunset view of Boston from the east side of Peddocks Island in the harbor. We had a windy sail up from the Cape Cod Canal and tomorrow head into Charlestown.
Having a rough passage through the canal. Oh, the suffering! Last night we had fishing and fireworks and another round of fishing this morning. Mainly scup and Black Sea bass, but Hannes did catch one shark, a smooth dogfish. The … Continue reading