Day 35 – Oct 10, 2017 – Little Choptank River

Left around 9am in very calm conditions. We passed a sailboat whose engine was smoking big time, felt sorry for them, they looked to be heading into the harbour where at least one of the marinas does repairs. We ended up motoring all the way to our anchorage on the Little Choptank River, there was minimal wind.

As seems to be the norm, part of the trip included avoiding crab pots, here is a sample of one that has a flag, most just have a float. It is not fun to have a crab pot line caught in your rudder or propeller!

Crab pot !

The temperatures continue to be surprisingly warm for October,  even the night time temperatures don’t dip much. Just need a sheet as cover at night.

We rowed over to Even Keel for cocktail hour – Bob had to get his workout.

 

 

 

 

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