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06 August 2012 | Urbanna, VA --- Rappahanock River
Another great week. We're settling in to a routine here.

Lovely sunrises (when we're up early enough to catch them). There's also been a big, beautiful full moon shining down on us.

We had dinner with some folks on the dock that are from Little Washington-- small world, isn't it? After way too much wine, we crashed early Friday night, planning an early morning sail Saturday.

We didn't leave the dock as early as planned Saturday . Slightly delayed scraping barnacles from the bottom of Becky's kayak she left in the water. Who would have thought those little suckers would attach themselves so quickly-- it was only in the water about 10 days.

We had a lovely trip-- motored down to Tides Lodge to fuel the old gal, in anticipation of an upcoming trip this weekend.

We had a great sail out to Stingray Point -- just in the Chesapeake Bay. The weather was gorgeous-- winds about 12-15 knots and temps in the high 80's.
Of course, we snagged a crab pot and that slowed us down significantly. We didn't even realize we were dragging it, until we started the engines because we had slowed to 3 knots. Robert swears he's gonna start charging the crabbers for GPS coordinates for relocating their pots.

Back to the marina in time for dinner and a movie--- free Redbox rental. The movie wasn't great, but hey, it was free, right?

Sunday brought more projects-- Robert is making the pattern or our hammock couch--- we ran out of grommets, though, and had to abandon that project for one more day.

Yoga for Becky today , then grocery shopping/library/market. Robert is back to work--- Maggie is just relaxing---- eating and sleeping the day away.

We are excited about this weekend. We are having guests aboard and planning a sail to Tangier Island. Another new place to explore.

Gotta go-- it's cocktail hour and someone has to mix the drinks!!!!
Vessel Name: SeaQuell
Vessel Make/Model: Manta 40
Hailing Port: Bath, NC
Crew: Captain Robert, Admiral Becky & Maggie the Wonder Dog!
Home Page: http://www.sailblogs.com/member/whyknotnow
SeaQuell's Photos - Main
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Created 9 November 2014
Pictures from out trip to the the Abacos for the 2014 Manta Migration.
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Created 4 May 2014
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Created 12 August 2013
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Created 12 August 2013
A trip to Alaska for our niece's wedding
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Created 12 August 2013
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Created 26 June 2013
Pictures from our June 2013 trip to Costa Rica
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Created 16 June 2013
Photos from passage through the Alligator River - Pungo River and across the Albermarle Sound to Elizabeth City.
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Created 8 August 2012
Photos from in and around Urbanna, VA
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Created 7 August 2012
Photos from our 2012 passage North through the Great Dismal Swamp....Hot!
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Created 7 August 2012
Photos from our passage from St. Simons Island, GA to Georgetown, SC with Don and Judy onboard.
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Created 3 May 2012
Pictures from or visit to Georgetown, SC.
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Created 3 May 2012
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Created 5 March 2012
Pictures from our first days traveling to and making SeaQuell our new home.
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Created 13 February 2012

Who are we?

Who: Captain Robert, Admiral Becky & Maggie the Wonder Dog!
Port: Bath, NC