Days Inn Chesapeake / Portsmouth
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... for poor visibility we were ducking in and out of the channel to avoid Navy traffic.
During the trip down anything that wasn't fastened down below ended up on the floor in the salon. Left Annapolis at 2 Monday and arrived at Top Rack Marina at about 2 this afternoon. Rewarded ourselves with a great dinner out at the Amber Lantern Restaurant. Early to bed. Up at 5:30 tomorrow to get underway at first light.
... that fresh salt air. There's miles of beach & you could see the 23 Mile long Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. An interesting sight as the bridge stops at a man made island in the middle of the bay where it becomes a tunnel for a while, then the bidge starts again & continues to the other side!
Now its getting dark at 5pm, BBQing has to be done by flashlight!!
We found some interesting shells ...
This morning I woke up at eight, and got a slow start. We did some shopping at Michaels and the walmart, and got to Brian's about ten. Nikki and Jackson had some quiet time in their rooms. Jim and I went on a walk, he is cooking cheekins and I did Mac and cheese and veggies. Tonight the plan is to eat and go swim. So far not that many photo opps. Darren has been playing his play station IV, Nikki with her iPad air, Jackson has bee at ...
... at the starboard helm and set the drags on the two rods on that side. Donna and Jim handled the rods on the port side. Fortunately, the fish didn’t cross each other and tangle the lines and we ultimately got them all in! Whew! What a fire drill! Dave and Jim spent much of the rest of the day cleaning fish….
We caught one additional mahi on day 4 soon after exiting the Gulf ...
... the wind was increasing from the ENE and we unfurled the genoa. By 0815 with everyone awake, we raised the mainsail to the second reef and shut down the engine. The wind continued to increase gradually throughout the day, building to ENE at 15-25 kts by evening, with no end in sight. Along with the wind came the seas, and a rough ride. The wind direction placed it on our beam, so we could make a fast, direct course to our destination. But ...