Monthly Archives: November 2014

Sailing (and a little motoring) from Annapolis to St. Michaels

After our long stay in Annapolis, we found it difficult to drop the mooring ball. Even after all our friends had left the town, Margaret and I decided to stay just one more day so we could get the boat … Continue reading

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A Cruiser’s Review of Annapolis

Annapolis bills itself as the sailing capital of the world with good reason. Regattas, junior sailing, and Wednesday night races, not to mention the regular cruising and day-tripping traffic, crowd hundreds of boats into Spa Creek, which is very much … Continue reading

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Foam Update – Open Cell Dry-Fast Foam – Part I

I have had a few requests to post more information about the Open Cell Dry-Fast Foam order that I placed with Foam Factory (www.foambymail.com).  I am happy to report that the foam arrived on schedule, five days after I placed … Continue reading

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PSP ’14 – Annapolis/Eastport

While we knew we would not be in Peoria for the summer, we also knew that we did not want to let the PSP tradition die.   So, we decided to rent a house in Annapolis and invite our friends … Continue reading

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Annapolis with the Rents

Last night, Margaret and I were discussing how we had not shared much of the last month that she was on Bear this summer, from our time in Annapolis to arriving in Norfolk. With lots of fabulous adventures – chasing … Continue reading

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