Sunday, July 13, 2008


We took eight days off to sail over the July 4th holiday week. Here's some photos.

Joyce steering the boat in Eaton's Neck Basin, a very isolated and perfect little anchorage, with the Coast Guard station visible on the right.

Cormorants drying their wings on the beach in this picturesque cove.

Low tide in Northport Harbor means a seven foot drop. Be sure to leave plenty of line if you tie up at high tide.

We "discovered" a small island near the head of Northport harbor. We claimed the island for us and named it "Joyce Island". We'll be putting a hotel/marina and casino on it just as soon as we establish legal ownership.

The Mary E is a classic schooner being restored at Northport. It's gonna be a beauty when they're done.

The Eaton's Neck light. We had a healthy breeze out of the south on the sail back to PJ.

The last morning of our vacation dawned in a thick fog. It burned off later and we had a nice voyage home.


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