Thursday, August 8, 2013

Today's Pics

Annapolis is interesting — busy and touristy — but interesting.
We wandered off the beaten trail yesterday and it's a cool old town. Brick pavers, that appear to be quite old and they probably are, are used for sidewalks. The houses kinda remind us of parts of Mid-Town Memphis.

A knock on the boat last evening produced a visit from an old friend from Compass Cay. Josh is a Captain on a big yacht here in the marina. It was really fun catching up with him... He's a funny dude that we're sure we'll see again before leaving.

Our old buddy, Pete, is stopping by today for lunch on his way down to Williamsburg.

Tim, our friend, who's an Annapolis resident, will stop by soon also...
So, wow, we've gone from recluses to being social butterflies.

Should be fun.

I didn't take a camera as we walked the streets of Annapolis so these are a few pics leading up...

Quick shots taken from the pilothouse.

The only boat we saw on our crossing from Savannah to Cape Fear.

These Turecamo tugs are everywhere. Named after another Compass Cay friend. The Turecamo family owned many of these tug boats on the east coast. They show up on AIS all the time.

Why do sailboats always go out of their way to demand the right of way?

Easing into Solomons Harbor.

Today's a relatively cool day and at sometime we'll wander around some more... I'll take my camera.

I missed the Wednesday night sailboat races in front of the Yacht Club. That was pretty wild.

Thanks for checkin' on us.



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