Joined a few weeks ago, and even put up a start on my own blog, but have been traveling a lot for work, AND pleasure. Looking forward to some activity with the group.
St Michaels, MD
November 02, 2009
Can someone help me to convert my present coordinate to the SailBlog format.
I am at 38 57' 52.45"N and 76 28'37.63"W I seem to be missing something in the translation.
Thanks, Big Moe Big.Moe1@verizon.net
Vera broke the mold when she was born. She definitely was one-of-a-kind and an experience to meet. I thought my folks were packrats but that lady topped them all. Stopping in the White Sands was like eye candy for a yard sale collector. Just think what it would have been like if she'd had Ebay!
01 August 2009 14:56:02Z
Nice to hear from you. The Solomons is a great place. You can find everything you need nearby, even propane refills are available up the street a way at a gas station. But our favorite place is on up the Pax on St. Lenord's Creek called Vera's White Sands. Haven't been ther in years, but hear even after Vera's death this winter that it is still up and running. Cool restaurant.
Hoping to make an extended trip around the bay later this season once we get some health issues (see blog) ironed out. Nice to hear from you and will keep an eye out for your blogs.
Hi all, I gew up on the Bay, Leonardtown (patuxant river area)...I haven't been back in years. I had friends with boats on Solomons Island's marina. It's nice you read your posts and hear about my old stomping grounds. I am planning a cruise that way next summer.
Hi Zephyr. Glad you found the CB group. Sorry to say it hasn't had a whole lot of activity yet, but thereis always hope. Pokey and I are heading south to Solomons tomorrow or Friday then on to Fishing Bay for the rest of the summer. We've never had a chance to cruise the osuhtern
Bay and look forward to spending a little time there. After that, we plan to take The Ditch south to FL and possibly the Bahamas, returning to the Bay next spring. We hope you are enjoying this year's unusually mild summer and you get a lot of cruising in before season's end.
29 July 2009 14:21:57Z
Hi, just found this part of Sailblogs. So happy to find a Chesapeake sailing group. We sail out of Rock Creek off the Patapsco on Zephyr, a Cabo Rico 34. We'd love to get together with others to enjoy the bay.
We've had a Sailblog for a couple of years and it can be found by searching "Zephyr" to read of our trials and tribulations which we finally have on the run!
Charlotte and Terry