Holiday Inn Express Kilmarnock
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There would be no sleeping in this morning, as we had to be up early to go fishing! Roger was going to be taking us out on his boat into the river so we went to his place to get things sorted.He has a dock literally at the back of his house from which, he launches his boat. Pretty convenient if you ask me! I was a little skeptical though. You know how unreliable boats are, and given that he had only taken it out once this year, i had my doubts that it would ...
... wildly. Every time we dipped over a swell, the dinghy came swinging toward the boat, bringing the 6 foot battering ram with it. I turned the boat south so we were surfing the swells. That kept the dingy from swinging as wildly, so that I was able to tie the dingy to the stern to keep if from swinging more.
But, after surveying the damage, we decided to return home so that I could repair the davit....hopefully. It will take a few whacks with the sledge hammer to ...
... during the remainder of our stay at Jaynes. Donna cleaned and re-situated areas in preparation for the annual loading of provisions. We expect to relaunch Pas de Deux just a couple of days before our expected departure for the Virgin Islands in early November.
While at Jaynes, Dave enjoyed the opportunity to interact with other multihull cruisers in the process of performing their own maintenance tasks. It was ...
There was no wind for sailing today. It was slick flat calm. No fish either. We motored our way back to our marina. At least it was sunny, dry and pleasant to be outdoors on the water! We arrived at 1114 hours and spent the usual couple of hours it takes to wrap things up before driving home to Arlington. ...
On Sunday we sailed out of Carter Creek at 0822 hours and spent a very pleasant day touring up the Corottoman River under motor sail to scout future potential anchorages. Then we headed south down the Rappahannock, tacking under the bridge. ...