19 May 2016 | Port Annapolis Marina, Annapolis, MD
06 April 2016 | Port Annapolis Marina, Annapolis, MD
13 February 2016 | Port Annapolis Marina, Annapolis, MD
21 January 2016 | Port Annapolis Marina, Annapolis, MD
09 December 2015 | Port Annapolis Marina, Annapolis, MD
05 November 2015 | Annapolis, Maryland
22 October 2015 | Annapolis, Maryland
01 October 2015 | Annapolis, Maryland
14 August 2015 | Annapolis, Maryland
15 July 2015 | Annapolis, Maryland
08 June 2015 | Hillsmere Shores Marina, Annapolis, Maryland
26 May 2015 | Annapolis, Maryland
14 May 2015 | Annapolis, Maryland
09 March 2015 | Annapolis, Maryland
17 February 2015 | Annapolis, Maryland
08 January 2015 | Annapolis, Maryland
08 December 2014 | Annapolis, Maryland
31 October 2014 | Annapolis, Maryland
20 October 2014 | Annapolis, Maryland
04 October 2014 | Port Annapolis Marina, Annapolis, Maryland
We Have Left the Exumas!
05 February 2014 | Hog Cay, Long Island, Bahamas
We are in Long Island, and as my granddaughter would say, not the one you know. Long Island starts east of the Exumas and continues south. It is surprisingly enough, a long island. Tonight we are anchored in Hog Cay. We left Georgetown yesterday afternoon and anchored by ourselves off of Elizabeth Island. This morning we pulled the anchor up and had a wonderful sail arriving here at almost 5:00pm.
Since we were spending the day in the ocean we tried to fish again but, again, no luck. We will catch a fish before we are finished – I am sure of it. We were hoping for fish for dinner but we will just have to wait. We had all our sails up today and the boat performed well. We are exhausted though. We sat in Georgetown for a little over two weeks doing not much. It’s good to be moving again.
We did have a beautiful sunset tonight, as you can see in the picture. The anchorage is relatively calm but we are rocking back and forth a bit. Tomorrow we are heading to a marina to charge up and recondition our batteries. We are not sure what kind of town we will find there but we hear there is a Laundromat. We are always looking forward to that. All those long dinghy rides in Georgetown has all our clothes covered with salt water!
You probably have already found the map on the right hand column of our blog that shows where we are. It should start getting more interesting as we keep moving through the next few months. We’ve already covered the entire east coast of the United States. If you don’t have Google Earth installed it’s pretty cool. I highly recommend it.