"The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in
its net of wonder forever."—Jacques Cousteau

September 28, 2011

Sept. 27 - Kilmarnock, VA

Day 193 - Moving South
Indian Creek - Anchorage

We left early this morning since the forecast was for thunderstorms to move in this afternoon. We had a few showers this morning and clouds all day, but we didn't get too wet. We put our ising glass back on a few weeks ago, that gives us protection from the wind and rain. We left Maryland and are back in Virginia...if all goes well we'll be in Great Bridge by Thursday. We have a few things to do to prepare the boat for the winter and quite a bit of packing to do, so we don't know actually when we will head home. Sometime next week. We really enjoyed Maryland, especially the Eastern Shore. The people are extremely nice and the countryside is incredible. It’s definitely a place you could spend a lifetime exploring.

We had a beautiful anchorage...even had a little sun when we first arrived, by dinner the predicted storms had arrived. No wind but lots of thunder, lightening and rain. What a show. No TV again this evening, so we caught up on emails and read.

Early morning on the water
Our anchorage

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