13 August 2016 | Trump Rally
01 August 2016 | Goderich Lighthouse
30 July 2016 | Leaving Killarney
20 July 2016 | Kagawong
18 July 2016
17 July 2016
15 July 2016 | Little Current
13 July 2016
08 July 2016 | Echo Bay
06 July 2016 | Franklin Bay
04 July 2016 | Near Parry Sound
02 July 2016 | Penetanguishene
27 June 2016 | Orillia
24 June 2016 | Bobcaygeon
23 June 2016
20 June 2016 | Peterborough
18 June 2016 | Campbellford
17 June 2016 | Frankford Lock 6

C and D Canal

12 May 2013 | Chesapeake City
Sunny and Cool
The wind finally died down enough for us to leave Hampton and start heading north up the Chesapeake. Our first night we anchored in a little creek just north of the Potomac river. Just as we were about to enter the anchorage a storm squall hit us with heavy rain and winds. As viability was next to nothing we needed to turn around and head out into the bay again until things settled down. Once we got into the river it was shallower then expected and we ran aground twice and finally gave up and just anchored in the channel. The next morning a steady stream of crab boats dodged us on their way to work at 6:00 am. The next day took us to the historic town of Oxford on the eastern shore. We fueled up then anchored for the evening. Oxford was a lovely town to stroll around and we had dinner at Schooners overlooking our boat at anchor. We couldn't head up the Chesapeake with out a stop at Annapolis, one of our favorite cities. We anchored in Spa Creek and visited some of our regular haunts. After one day we decided to head over to the east shore again and check out Rock Hall. We took a dock and met several friendly boaters who asked us to join their group at a fun local restaurant. This morning we left early hoping to beat the strong wind that were forecast from the north. It turned out to be a great day and we were able to sail all the way up the rest of the Chesapeake to the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. We will anchor at Chesapeake City for the night then take on the Delaware bay.

Martha knitting at the helm

The flowers were in full bloom in Oxford

Vessel Name: Eagles Wings
Vessel Make/Model: Pearson 34-2
Hailing Port: Hamilton, Ontario
Crew: Bill and Martha Newman
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Who: Bill and Martha Newman
Port: Hamilton, Ontario