We, along with seven other boats from Stingray Harbor, sailed up the Rappahannock to Urbanna yesterday. Enjoyed happy hour on Aspire and a cool night on the hook. Temps in the low 70s were nice!
Next morning, we moved across the Rappahannock to anchor out near Yankee Point Marina. Dinner there was fun after a relaxing afternoon reading.
Saturday, August 15, 2015
Thursday, June 18, 2015
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
We motor sailed up the Choptank and Tred Avon rivers today to Oxford. But, as W. C. Fields would say, "it was closed." Seriously, the few shops are closed on Wednesdays. Captain Pete always times my shopping opportunities this way. Even the historic Robert Morris Inn pub was closed. This was our second visit to Oxford. Cute and very clean town. But VERY quiet.
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Monday, June 15, 2015
We departed last Friday for Mill Creek near Reedville. Saw quite a few Dolphins along the way. After docktails onboard Aspire, we spent a VERY hot and humid night at anchor. AC at Zahnhisers Marina on Solomons Island the next night was much nicer.
Then north to Herrington Harbor South on another hot (and gnatty) day. Saw a lot of rays skimming along the top of flat seas today. Some folks are marketing these cow-nosed rays as tasty eating. Haven't tried them yet, so the jury is out.
AC again! A threatening thunderstorm necessitated a change in plans to a fun potluck dinner on Aspire again. Warren and Barbara are now family!
Across the bay past Bloody Point Light to St. Michaels right now. I just googled this somewhat off-plumb lighthouse to discover that it is now privately owned and that the owner plans to desalinate water here and make a unique beer. Hmmmm.
Now in St. Michaels, the town that "fooled the British" in the War of 1812 by hanging lanterns in the treetops, leading the British to fire their cannons too high.