05 November 2009 | Deltaville, VA
16 October 2009 | Deltaville, VA
24 May 2009 | Fishing Bay (N37*32.418 W76*20.203) to Deltaville
23 May 2009 | Great Bridge VA (N36*43.285 W76*14.508) to Fishing Bay VA (N37*32.418 W76*20.203)
22 May 2009 | Buck Island, NC (N36*16.034 W75*57.520) to Great BridgeVA (N36*43.285 W76*14.508)
21 May 2009 | The Alligator River Bridge, NC (N35*53.847 W76*02.024) to Buck Island, NC (N36*16.034 W75*57.520)
20 May 2009 | Alligator River Bridge, NC
19 May 2009 | Alligator River Swing Bridge, NC
17 May 2009 | The Pungo River, NC (N35*33.715 W76*28.557) to Alligator Swing Bridge, NC (N35*53.874 W76*02.024)
16 May 2009 | Eastham Creek Anchorage NC (N35*17.680 W76*36.514) to The Pungo River, NC (N35*33.715 W76*28.557)
15 May 2009 | Town Creek Marina, Beaufort NC (N34*43.519 W76*39.898) to Eastham Creek, NC (N35*17.680 W76*36.514)
14 May 2009 | Town Creek Marina, Beaufort, NC
13 May 2009 | Taylor Creek, Beaufort, NC (34*42.860 76*39.831) to Town Creek Marina, Beaufort, NC
12 May 2009 | Mile Hammock Bay (N34*33.163 W77*19.528) SM#244.5 to Taylor Creek, Beaufort, NC (34*42.860 76*39.831)
11 May 2009 | Wrightsville Beach NC (N34*12.441 W77*47.965) SM#283.2 to Mile Hammock Bay (N34*33.163 W77*19.528) SM#244.5
10 May 2009 | Shallottes Inlet, NC (N33*54.913)SM330 to Wrightsville Beach Anchorage (N34*12.447 W77*47.953)
09 May 2009 | Bull Creek, SC (N33 36.667 W79 06.228) to Shallottes Inlet, NC (N33*54.913)
Still at anchor in Hopetown
21 April 2009 | Hopetown, the Sea of Abaco
showers on and off
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Hope Town - Cap'n Jacks moorage, Sea of Abaco.
Rainy morning. Showers on and off. Wayne put up a towel to direct water to the holding tank and it stopped raining right after that (isn't that always the way LOL). We worked on some necessary paperwork (unfinished business from home) and stayed aboard reading, and catching up on downloading pictures from my camera (amazing how quickly that card fills up), Internet and emails.
I tried my hand at the conch horn again at sundown. Yikes! Wayne says Louie Armstrong has no worries from my direction.
It's interesting that Atlantic Cruisers picked up a Pacific tradition. The conch horn heralds back to the Polynesians/Hawaiians that used the conch horn for ceremonies and to herald in the arrival of the king. I'm not sure who started the sundown tradition here but it seems most prevalent in the Georgetown area. Wayne wants me to learn to blow it to herald in his arrival LOL
Local businesses use the conch shell as decorations and building material too. This picture was taken in a restaurant - the shell is used as a table decoration.
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