After a long overnight sail to Sandy Hook, NJ… catching up on sleep. Through the East River into the Long Island Sound tomorrow!!! 👫⛵️🌇
Move with the sea.
Let the rhythm of the water
set your soul free.”-Christy Ann MartineRead more "Dance with the Waves"
It has certainly been an amazing time learning, playing, and working our way North. We have been neglecting our blog, while we get other projects such as our charity off the ground. (More to come on Sunrise Sailing SOON). So instead of a posts on each of our last few Ports, here are some of […]Read more "AC to The LI Sound"
After a long day of motoring north we made it to the mouth of the CD canal. We anchored overnight in the Bohemia River. After a long day we enjoyed the sunset and sundowners in the cockpit. Once the sunset we had quite a show watching the commercial traffic. Read more "Mouth of The Chesapeake Delaware Canal"
We had grand plans of heading north to NYC harbor for the 4th of July, but our gremlin showed his ugly head again. We spend the 4th in waters we know Annapolis harbor. We have been to Annapolis many times in the past but have not moored in the harbor before. The moorings are first […]Read more "Tales of Annapolis, Maryland"
Our sailboat is done getting the last few jewels on her crown and for the first time since January will be in the water. While the guys at the yacht yard have been working hard, we have been taking a break and exploring Rock Hall. Get The Scoop ice cream shop is one of our […]Read more "Exploring The Pearl of The Cheasepeake "
We are finally living aboard! The sale of our house was completed before the work on our sailboat, so here we are living on the hard.
For the next few weeks we will be exploring Rock Hall, MD, “The Pearl of the Cheasepeake”.
Our first weekend in Rock Hall was Memorial Day. Even though we aren’t nearly unpacked we decided to have a weekend of fun.
We met a lovely couple, “Barbie and Ken”. From the moment we met we were birds of a feather. We drank, we laughed, we ate, and we cruised through the weekend. I’m sure we have many more good times ahead with them.
We are enjoying every moment we have in Rock Hall. Soon we will be back on green water.Read more " Living on the Hard"