Sailing Ti Amo - Our Fourth Adventure

18 November 2019 | Awendaw Creek
17 November 2019 | Bucksport, SC
16 November 2019 | Bucksport, SC
15 November 2019 | Dutchman’s Creek, Southport
14 November 2019 | Mile Hammock, Camp Lejeune NC
13 November 2019 | Oriental, NC
12 November 2019 | Oriental, NC
11 November 2019 | Pungo River
10 November 2019 | Camden Point
09 November 2019 | Great Bridge
08 November 2019 | Lafayette River
07 November 2019 | Broad Creek, Deltaville, VA
30 October 2019 | Topping
23 October 2019 | Urbanna Harbor
30 April 2019 | Urbanna Creek
28 April 2019 | Morehead City, NC
27 April 2019 | Morehead City, NC
23 April 2019 | Green Turtle Cay, Abacos, Bahamas
22 April 2019 | Green Turtle Cay, Abacos, Bahamas

With A LIttle Help

18 November 2019 | Awendaw Creek
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Being on a bulkhead dock with the wind pushing you into it is always fun when trying to get off of it. “With a little help” from a gentleman staying at the RV park we were able to get off without issue. It was yet another grey, cloudy day and the only sunshine at the moment was Jaxon. He wakes up every morning ready to play and wanting his portion of our attention. He is much better today about the noise in the boat “with a little help” from a friend.

Our goal for the day is to get as close to Charleston as we can by 1500 hours. Spartina is leading the way as they shoved off about forty minutes ahead of us. With the communication back and forth during the morning, it was becoming painfully obvious that the current was not our friend. We had hoped for “a little help” from the current but found ourselves fighting it most of the morning. Once past the South Santee River we were able to keep up with the current but then found ourselves once again fighting it a bit.

The Iggles (Eagles) are on at 4:30 and by 3:00 we have decided to anchor in Awendaw Creek. Behind us are two trawlers that have followed along with us from time to time. 2 Outrageous, who was anchored in the South Santee and decided to move, is with Spartina now about another ten miles towards Charleston.

The game is on and while that is happening, my thoughts turn to home as our nephew is getting married. Wedding texts are floating in with pictures of the bride and groom. Is warms my heart and makes for a great afternoon/evening. With that we will call it a day!
Vessel Name: Ti Amo
Vessel Make/Model: Caliber 47 LRC
Hailing Port: Topping, VA
Crew: Greg and Glenda Groome
Ti Amo's Photos - Departure for Maine
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Saying goodbye is never easy
A little ride to say farewell for now my sweet boy
Fletcher moves to his new home
What a frame for a beautiful face.....love this guy
The room with a view
Thanks to Robin for making time in her schedule to help me see Fletcher to his new home.
Birthday dinner at the Lobster House in Cape May with Robin
Proud parents of the last of three to graduate from Old Dominion Daycare
Gigi loves this little one.....so proud of her
So long Barry and Robin.....hope to see you next spring
The new “loopers”
Farewell Crossroads.....the “Loopers”await you!
Thank you Margie for the flowers for Chewie
A company I am proud to be associated with.....thanks to all for being a part of 30 plus years of my life
A 25 knot Sail with Jen and Janek......what a great Memorial Day weekend
Allison and Bruce from Maine
Gigi and Bruce flirting
Helping deliver River Rat to Portsmouth
Chewie found his spot
Provisioning is so much fun
 
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The Crew

Who: Greg and Glenda Groome
Port: Topping, VA