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"We may not have ended up where we intended to go, but we ended up where we needed to be." Douglas Adams

We are hoping that we can get Capt. Tom, Kevin, Park and myself together for a anniversary sail on Lee Shore to celebrate our one year ago sail from Puerto Rico to VA.

Where in the Hell did all the Water go?

After our little storm here the day before, the wind blew the next day at 25 to 38 knots for a day and a night from the west and blew all of the water out of our cove . This picture is still 2 1/2 hours before low tide. Most of the boats in the marina are ether sitting on the bottom or hanging from their dock lines.

My New Palette.

This is my new spring project. I am going to build in cabinets where my old pilot berth was. Will be posting pictures and updates as I go along.

Hoping for a Good New Year!

So far this winter the weather has been pretty mild compared to the last two winter's. Ron and Terry have stayed here getting some issues addressed, but are hoping to start heading south this coming week. We will wish them fair weather and pleasant voyages. It has been fun having them here, so if you encounter them on their trip count yourself lucky, they are a fun couple.

I will hopefully be starting some major projects on our boat shortly and will keep you posted on the progress.

ps: Title of this photo is "Little Sister"

Good Living!

You know over the years I have heard a lot of people say that you cannot cook a great meal aboard a boat. I disagree. My wife, Gwyn, and I have been cooking gourmet meals aboard our 36' sailboat for 8 years now. This picture is just one of those meals, a herb-crusted standing rib roast that was delicious.

Also I am uploading a lot of new pictures on this blog in the next few days, so please check them out. Thanks, Ron and Gwyn.

Welcome to 2012!

We have been living the good life this winter with mild weather and temps in the high 60's until now! Temps have drop to 19 degrees tonight and we have been having wind gust up to 35 knots from the N-NW for the last 18 hours. WHAT A CHANGE!

A new couple, Ron and Terry Brown, have been here for the last month from Delaware City, DE. on their 36' Topper Hermanson steel cutter as they work their way south. They are a nice couple and we have enjoyed their company at Carter's Cove Marina. Hopefully this weather system will pass shortly and we can get back to everything normal.

Looking forward for better times in 2012. Ron and Gwyn

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Who: Ron Koris, Gwyn Nethaway,DVM
Port: Topping, VA
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