2015-09 Chesapeake Bay and Land Travel

September 22, 2015

I must confess I haven’t been in much of a writing mood, so here is a very brief update on our last month and a bunch of photos.

We left Morehead City, traveled around Cape Hatteras to the Chesapeake Bay, left the boat in Portsmouth to travel to Portland, Oregon for my niece Mary’s wedding, visited Bradley’s cousin Mark and wife Kris in Bend, Oregon, fixed a problem with our heads (toilets), moved the boat to Deltaville, caught up with friends Brad and Lorraine and Steve D, moved the boat to Georgetown, MD, drove to NYC, saw a show, attended a Rosenberg family lunch, came back and are now heading to Baltimore to pick up a friend who is flying in tonight.

In a week or so we will be at National Harbor in the MD/DC area where we plan to hang out for a month. So if you are in that area, let us know if you have time to drop by!

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  2. #2 by GEORGE VANISH on September 23, 2015 - 4:43 pm

    Always seems like you all are having such good times. Great to hear from you.

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  3. #3 by Neil Spencer on September 22, 2015 - 6:52 pm

    Giday!

    Thanks for sharing the photos of your blocked toilet pipe; very interesting and I’m sure you had a great time fixing it!

    Nice to see photos of all your relatives too; boy you sure have a lot between you. Kim & I could count our rels on the fingers of one hand. I also liked the photo of your course details. It would be nice to be able to provide a relative AIS bearing from each vessel to your vessel and not just the other vessels heading; I’m sure it could be done by interfacing the radar bearing. I do like AIS. It’s not much used in AUS/NZ but I found it invaluable in the UK and in the Med.

    We are fairly well settled in Kyneton; it’s strange being a long way from the ocean but it’s only and hour & a half train ride away. I guess I just got used to seeing it every day from our house in Auckland. Still there are other advantages of living in the Australian Bush; it’s quiet & very clean air and lots of friendly people.

    Nice to catch up with your goings on.

    Will catch up in person one day soon I hope.

    Neil & Suzy.

    _____

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  4. #4 by Ginny on September 22, 2015 - 6:37 pm

    You packed a lot in since we saw you.

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  5. #5 by Stan Krejci on September 22, 2015 - 2:18 pm

    Kathy,

    Great newsletter and pictures as always. We live vicariously through you and Bradley!

    Thrilled you’ll be in National Harbor. Gail and I would love to come by for a drink some afternoon/early evening. Let us know when you’re “receiving.”

    Best,

    Stan

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  6. #6 by ngineco07@aol.com on September 22, 2015 - 12:01 pm

    Wow, Love your site here. When you come back south down the bay , look to your left after the bridge on Kent island. That’s where I live. Will be looking for Shear Madness in the future.LOL. Again thank you for your time in sharing the adventures. Mike

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  7. #7 by Thomas, Lydia W. on September 22, 2015 - 11:53 am

    Hi Kathy,

    Bill and I are leaving on the 24th for a little cruise up the coast to Halifax. We return on the 3rd of October. If you are still at National Harbor we would love to see you. It has been so long. Let me know what if anything works for you.

    Lydia

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  8. #8 by Anonymous on September 22, 2015 - 10:34 am

    Great pics!! You and Bradley look so terrific and happy!!! Look forward to seeing you at National Harbor!!! Sandy

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  9. #9 by Tommy Herndon on September 22, 2015 - 10:17 am

    Always good to follow you guys. The Pope is coming to Washington today. Maybe you could give him a tour!
    Thanks for your updates. It’s always fun to follow your travels.

    Tommy Herndon

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  10. #10 by Jeff marcon on September 22, 2015 - 10:12 am

    Glad to see SM is coming back up to NH. safe travels and thank you for the recent post.

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  11. #11 by Paige Humphreys on September 22, 2015 - 10:10 am

    I am so happy to see that you are having such great fun! These are excellent photos, as usual! I really enjoy traveling vicariously through you. I look forward to your next post!

    Paige Humphreys

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