Passage and Stay in Georgetown, SC

Sunday, Oct 13 to Monday, Oct 14 Days 96 & 97 Sunday we raised our anchor at 712am and went aground coming out of the anchorage at 33 52.249″ W and 78 34.313W. We backed off, so wasn’t so bad but this happened because we read Skipper Bob’s guide to ICW (their updated edition) and […]

Week. Long visit in Oriental, NC boating Capital of the World

Monday September 30 to Monday, October 7. Days 83 to 89 It’s almost 3pm on Sunday and this is the first day that Phil and I have been semi-relaxing since coming to Oriental. We’ve been busy visiting cruising friends in the evenings and working on boat projects during the day except for a trip into […]

Stay at Cape May

Wednesday, September 4. Day 57 606am we start the engine, but the snubber hooked on the chain twice, once in the top part and again in the bottom slot and it was something for Phil to get unhooked. Finally at 615am we raised anchor the 2nd boat to leave. At 645am on the Atlantic Ocean […]

Visit at Forked River, NJ. Sunrise Beach development

We had a wonderful visit with our friends Jim and Linda for 4 1/2 days which started when we raised anchor at 423pm to go through Oyster Channel at high tide through Barnegat Bay to tie up at 555pm at their dock. Here are some photos that Clive, and neighbor and sailor, took as we […]

THE Dinghy Ride

Wednesday, August 14. Day 38 This morning we woke to sunny skies and calm winds, as they have been early in the morning. We are staying another day to take a dinghy ride into Westerly, 4.5nm+ ride up the Pawcautuck River to gets some errands done, mainly wash clothes and grocery shopping. It is interesting […]

Saturday in Port Stanley

Yesterday was a day for meeting old friends. We really enjoy the PSSS (Port Stanley Sailing Squadron). They have a nice little club and they are so friendly! Phil has been coming here since since 1979, the first year that he bought Changes. Heather and Murray Rand were here that first year and are now […]