Sunday, October 03, 2010


Yesterday we put another 10 hours under our belt as we sailed down the Chesapeake Bay from Chesapeake City to Annapolis. It was a gorgeous day with plenty of sun and little waves. Sadly, there was practically no wind, so we motored. We skirted lobster and crab pots, a few tankers, and plenty of speedboats and other sailboats.

Then we passed under the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, which marks your entrance in Annapolis waters. The water glittered sequin-like with late afternoon light, and *that's* when we saw what a popular boating spot looks like.

We will stay here for a few days before moving on to explore some of the many detours off the Chesapeake. After that, Norfolk, VA.

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