CURRENT LOCATION: Docked at Port Annapolis Marina
38 57.798' N, 076 28.780' W
We awoke this morning on our own time for the first time in days and eased through our morning in a relaxed manner. By noontime we were ready to stretch our legs and had the marina shuttle drive us over to downtown Annapolis.
This was our fifth visit to America's Sailing Capitol
but it was Kirk's first. I think he liked what he saw, as he indicated that, "This would be a great place to bring the family for vacation." There was even talk of sailing classes and/or chartering a sailboat. Yep, this is how it all starts ... we know all too well. Sailing is a contagious bug.
Those of us who are not vegetarians enjoyed Maryland crab for lunch, and we went for a long walk to digest our locally-caught repast. Although you wouldn't catch me saying this while on the water, the product of crab fisherman may even be worth the effort of dodging all those crab pots while motoring around the Chesapeake Bay.
We returned to the boat and our day as tourists was over. Kirk packed his bags and made plans to get a cab to the airport first thing tomorrow morning. Sheryl and I spent the afternoon applying two coats of Semco to the teak in the cockpit and on deck.
We retired for what was to be our final night of sleep aboard Prudence