Donations for Bahamians

Although it is rather last minute we want to do our share to help the Bahamians as they have lost so much in the past 16 months. After weathering the devastating impact from Dorian they received a one-two punch from Covid-19. Tourism accounts for approximately 60% of the GDP and the island chain has been... Continue Reading →


A glorious sunrise in Cape Lookout Bight looking at the lighthouse. No, it has not been altered although it looks like Tang! Photo by Scott Eason We haven't had the pleasure of walking pristine beaches for quite awhile so our plan was to spend some quality beach time on our way south. Our first stops... Continue Reading →


Our paddle wheel plug which caused the wind gauge to malfunction. Yesterday, as I was doing Zumba via zoom (, the technician runs up from the battery room with a panicked look on his face while shouting for Scott. Moments later, Scott comes in and tells me, "Get your headset, we're hauling out!" PANIC!!! EMERGENCY... Continue Reading →

Time to move along…

Left: Scott adjusts the line that raises and lowers the flopper stopper. There are 5 sets for different colored lines of varying lengths and purposes. Center: The flopper stopper swings out from the side of the vessel. The fish plates, visible underwater, reduce rolling at anchor. Right: A closer look at the fish plates that... Continue Reading →


Our backyard in Spring Cove Marina. As a child, Labor Day was sad as it signaled the end to my favorite season, summer. I love the warm, sunny, long days of summer and dread the dreary fall. This year, however, I am a bit cheery as this iconic transition to fall also puts us that... Continue Reading →

Our Baby Has A New Bottom!

Hauling the boat out of the water is a necessary evil typically occurring every two years.  Scott always has a lengthy list of items that he expects to be completed in the shortest possible amount of time.  This was no exception.  Also typical of a haul-out are a few surprises and rarely are those surprises... Continue Reading →


Gunkholing, for the non-boaters, is the practicing of dropping your hook in a secluded, scenic cove.  With 6,000 miles of shoreline in the Chesapeake Bay there's no shortage of scenic coves and we set out to explore some of these special spots. The East River (off Mobjack Bay), the Corrotoman River (off the Rappahannock River),... Continue Reading →

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