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The continuing adventures of a cruising sailor/family lawyer, his wife (also a lawyer), and their young children.
This Is How They Bring Cruising Boats Out of the Water
Keith - early October, 2007
10/10/2007, Deltaville Marina

This sailboat is well over 40 feet. It was sailed by a British couple. I noticed some scratching of the keel at the bottom. The gentleman informed me that happened around Cuba.

Country Road
Keith - early October, 2007
10/09/2007

This is the view down the road back to the marina as I ride one of the marina bicycles back from an adventure in town.

Old Work Boat in the Field
Keith - early October, 2007
10/09/2007

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Deltaville Maritime Museum After Hours
Keith - early October, 2007
10/09/2007

The marina had bikes to use.

Deltaville Marina Dry Storage
Keith, early October, 2007
10/08/2007

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Deltaville After Sunset
Keith, early October, 2007
10/08/2007

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Deltaville Anchorage Chart
Keith, early October, 2007
10/08/2007

It was a little tricky getting into this creek with the near-shore nav aid, but I made it in and enjoyed several days here.

Reedville Maritime Museum
Keith, early October, 2007
10/08/2007

This is the original fisherman's house from the 1800s.

Fish Processing in the Distance
Keith, early October, 2007
10/08/2007, Reedville, VA

Calm in Reedville as the fish processing plant works in the background.

Fishing Ship In Reedville
Keith - early October, 2007
10/08/2007

The smell of cooking fish was pretty strong as I approached Reedville, but it went away when I got upwind. Evidently this particular fish is plentiful, not very tasty to eat, but useful to produce fish oil and fish meal for use as animal feed. The industry represents 40% of US fish exports.

 

 
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