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

Cruising Maine September 2011 VI

09 September 2011 | Camden, Penobscot Bay, Maine
Roland
Cruising Maine September 2011 VI Friday, September 09, 2011 - 9 PM Camden Penobscot Bay, Maine Water temperature 66 F

The sun finally came out yesterday and we had a fine day at Warren Island. We went ashore and walked around the island to stretch our legs. Then, we saw a lobsterman unloading his catch at a float so we dinghied over to see if he would sell us some lobsters. We bought two big lobsters for $15, he was happy with the transaction, we were happy with the transaction; if only life was always that simple. We brought the lobsters back to the boat and hung them over the side in a laundry bag to keep them alive and kicking until dinner time. When it was time to get the lobsters out of the bag, they were downright feisty. We steamed the larger one 20 minutes and the smaller one 15 minutes and they were cooked to perfection. The table was a mess when we were finished but it was worth it.

This morning we dropped our mooring and motored seven miles to Camden where we picked up another mooring. Moorings aren't free in Camden but the $40/night at Wayfarer Marine includes free launch service, use of a loaner car and showers. Wayfarer has a laundry at the dock and we really needed a laundry day. So Patti did laundry and I made a grocery run. Tonight we went back ashore and finally had the dinner in town that we have been trying to have for the last week. Tomorrow is a play day in Camden.
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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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