We left Camden after a pleasant visit. We were sort of smelling the barn, feeling like it was time to head home, but we left ourselves room to tweak our plans — as we always do.
It started out a clear and calm day, with the threat of rain and thunderstorms later on. Good for making tracks. We were under way by about 10:00 am, after walking the dogs, grabbing a few last minute items and French & Brawn, hoisting the dinghy and taking on fuel. The fuel would help us keep all options on the table as we contemplated pushing south. Continue reading Maine Cruise 2018 – Retracing Our Steps to Home→
We left Belfast hoping the heat wave would break soon, and headed down Penobscot Bay to Camden. This year is definitely the Year of the Maine Towns/Cities Cruise. We sensed when we headed Down East that this would happen, and we’re rolling with it. Continue reading Maine Cruise 2018 – Camden→
After a pleasant evening in Boothbay we dropped the mooring pennant at about 10:00 am and headed out of the bay in the warm, sparkling sunshine. For about 20 minutes. Then the fog descended. We had about one boat length of visibility for about 42 of the 45-ish mile trip to Camden. Thank goodness for excellent electronics. And for Rody’s diligent watchstanding and x-ray vision goggles.