On Hurling And Being Hurled October 27, 2000
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Posted: October 27, 2000
On Hurling And Being Hurled
Sellman Creek on the Rhode River, Maryland
38 53.350 N 76 31.920 W
October 27, 2000:
By Douglas Bernon
We skedaddled out of Annapolis first thing Sunday morning, getting but a few miles south yet landing light years from the hectic pace of the past couple of weeks. As long as we remained in Annapolis, we’d continue to hang out with friends we love, but 10 days of boat shows, BOAT U.S., West Marine, Fawcett’s, meetings, BAM (Boat Accessory Market–a used-boat-stuff extravaganza), and a rush-rush business trip out west for Bernadette to do a stor...... Read More

People And Food On Ithaka
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Posted: October 20, 2000
People And Food On Ithaka
38 58.569 N 76 28.952 W
by Bernadette Bernon
Over the last few months, as the summer days have shortened and as we've found our way down to the Chesapeake Bay from Maine, Douglas and I have enjoyed sharing meals aboard with friends. When we're underway, there's nothing that beats the pleasure of a mealtime arriving and something good emerging from the galley, especially as the weather gets cooler.



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Hi Ho, Hi Ho,Or Why Are Those Dwarves Whistling?
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Posted: October 13, 2000
Hi Ho, Hi Ho,Or Why Are Those Dwarves Whistling?
October 13, 2000
Annapolis, Maryland
N38 58.382 W76 28.984
by Douglas Bernon



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Goodbye to Newport October 6, 2000
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Posted: October 06, 2000
Goodbye to Newport
October 6, 2000
N39 15.644 W75 20.095
by Bernadette Bernon
As I write, it's Wednesday. Ithaka is steaming up the shallow Delaware Bay under power and a flopping main. We're headed for the Chesapeake and Delaware (C&D) Canal for an early evening transit that will deposit us into the Chesapeake early tonight. Hopefully, we'll sleep with Ithaka tied safely alongside Schaefer's Marina, across from Chesapeake City, after a day that started at 5 a.m. We spent last night at Cape May Inlet, tucked into 10 muddy feet near the Coast Guard station - along with seven other Americ...... Read More

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