Wayward Wind's Wanderings

07 October 2012 | Wayward Wind at a dock on Back Creek, Annapolis, Maryland
07 October 2012 | Wayward Wind at a dock on Back Creek, Annapolis, Maryland
01 October 2012 | Anchored in the Rhode River off the Chesapeake Bay, MD
28 September 2012 | Anchored in the Rhode River off the Chesapeake Bay, MD
26 September 2012 | Anchored in Worton Creek off the Chesapeake Bay, MD
15 September 2012 | Anchored in Worton Creek off the Chesapeake Bay, MD
12 September 2012 | Anchored in the East Fork of Langford Creek off the Chester River off the Chesapeake Bay
11 September 2012 | Anchored in the Corsica River off the Chester River off the Chesapeake Bay
10 September 2012 | Anchored in the Corsica River off the Chester River off the Chesapeake Bay
07 September 2012 | Underway in the Chesapeake Bay
04 September 2012 | Anchored up the Sassafras River off the Chesapeake Bay, MD
03 September 2012 | Underway in the Delaware Bay
02 September 2012 | Underway in the Atlantic Ocean east of Great Egg Harbor Inlet
01 September 2012 | Underway approaching New York City
31 August 2012 | Port Jefferson, Long Island, NY
30 August 2012 | Underway in Long Island Sound
29 August 2012 | Underway in Long Island Sound
27 August 2012 | Thames River, Gales Ferry, CT
23 August 2012 | Great Salt Pond, Block Island, RI
22 August 2012 | Underway on Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts

Back at Hospital Point

30 October 2007 | Hospital Point in Portsmouth, VA
Roland
Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Well here we are back at Hospital Point in Portsmouth, VA. The red light flashing a little ways away is on red buoy #36 which marks Mile Zero on the East Coast Intracoastal Waterway (ICW). We are sharing this anchorage with over 30 other boats that when the sun comes up tomorrow, will be doing the same thing we are doing: heading south. So tomorrow morning, we'll be heading down the Ditch (ICW) with a lot of company.

Coming through Hampton Roads this morning was no big deal. So what if it's the world's largest Navy base. We only met one Navy ship today and it was only a small aircraft carrier. Of course this was the 4th time we have come through this area so maybe understanding how the game is played here had something to do relieving the tension. Truthfully, Hampton Roads is one confusing piece of water. There is a lot of ship, barge and tug traffic and it comes at you from all directions. But today, I figured out how to handle it. I gave Patti the wheel and I went below and fixed lunch. By the time I had lunch ready, we were passed the worst part. As I said, no problem!
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Vessel Name: Wayward Wind
Vessel Make/Model: Pacific Seacraft 37
Hailing Port: Quintana, TX
Crew: Captain Roland, Admiral Patti & Kalko the Sailing Cat
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We bought our PS37 in 2004 and have been making additions and modifications to get her ready to be our full time cruising home.
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Who: Captain Roland, Admiral Patti & Kalko the Sailing Cat
Port: Quintana, TX