With more time this year, we had a relaxed visit to harbors new and old, sailing the Maine way. That is, going with the 5- to 10-knot winds, not trying to cover more distance than can be sailed on a given day. And we finished up with a wonderful, unplanned, overnight sail across Mass Bay.
Pulpit Harbor, Burnt Coat Harbor, York Island, Isle au Haut, Rockland, Seal Bay, Perry Creek. Continue reading
Sailing, steaks, scallops, and a parade, Cuttyhunk was full but not overcrowded. Continue reading
The Key Lime Sailing Club and Cottages provided a relaxing week of sun, sand and sailing in a real Keys environment. And a break from the endless snow of New England. Continue reading
Once again, new and old harbors and new and old friends. Here, the always-dramatic Isles of Shoals after our second day of being chased by storms boiling off the land.
Pickering Island, Buckle Harbor, Isle au Haut, Winter Harbor, Long Cove. Continue reading
The old, creaky, PageMill site is now history. Or legacy; it’s still there on the new menu. Continue reading