Cape Lookout, North Carolina If there is a more beautiful anchorage on the East Coast, I haven’t found it. Just inside of the treacherous “Graveyard of the Atlantic” as these Carolina Capes are affectionately called, lies one of the most tranquil and pristine anchorages I have ever seen. She is protected on all sidesContinue reading “Cape Lookout, North Carolina”
Monthly Archives: June 2018
Most of you know that we had planned this weeks schedule to coincide with my family’s yearly trip to Sunset Beach. My sister Kelly and her family, My brother Tim and his family, and my mom and her husband have been coming to this area every year for 25, 15 and a few years respectively.Continue reading “Southport”
Wilmington, NC June 8-15
Memories from Wilmington We arrived here on Thursday after a fun and easy overnight run from Charleston. Unfortunately, we timed the outgoing tide wrong – or rather the chart program did – either way, the result was the same, swimming upstream against an outgoing tide – and everything took longer. Not a problem for usContinue reading “Wilmington, NC June 8-15”
After enjoying a week in this fantastic city, it is time to say goodbye. While here, we immersed ourselves in the rich history of this city – From Fort Sumpter, the place of the first shots of the civil war in 1861 to the Flight Deck of the aircraft carrier US Yorktown we had aContinue reading “Goodbye Charleston!”
WE ARE OFF!
Palm Beach – Cumberland Island, GA Day 2 We made it off the dock nearly on schedule at 12:15 yesterday afternoon after a flurry of activity making final preparations for our departure. The funny thing about planning a trip like this – no matter how much time you have to prepare, there will always beContinue reading “WE ARE OFF!”