I took a day off due to an injury and hope you all missed me. I apologize in advance for the disjointed photos in this blog entry but I was just not focused yesterday. We dropped our lines in Mackinac Island at 0630 on Wednesday morning and headed out into the Mackinac Straights […]
This morning we departed from De Tour Harbor after a 0715 pump out. No sense hauling that extra weight around. Our destination was approximately 40 miles down Lake Huron to Mackinac Island where the rich and not so rich, like us, go to play. When we moved out onto Huron it was amazing how
This will be a simple format. Photos with captions. Some readers prefer it that way, though I cannot see why, and that is why Heinz made all those 57 Varieties. Many of these go back into Canada. This fellow completely handbuilt his boat and carved the figureheads. We have
I apologize for the paucity of photos but my connection in a storm does not allow for much upload. I will catch you up on the next blog. At home On the Tennessee River Cbay may be a decent sized boat but here in the main shipping channel from Lake Superior to Lake Huron she
…my country tis’ of thee, sweet land of liberty… Here I am upon our arrival back in the USA. We made the shortest leg of our journey by crossing the Little St. Mary’s River in 10 minutes to dock at Sault Ste. Marie (pronounce Soo Saint Marie), MI. We had put out the yellow
When last we left you it was on the way to Blind River. It was a rolling ride across the North Channel but bearable. The breakwater at Blind River was a welcome sight however. This was an efficient marina but with limited services. No WIFI but Jan was able to get the laundry done.
Yes friends we have a potty tale to tell but not about a tail. But first a word from our sponsor. No- one has yet correctly guessed the purpose of the African art object I presented in the last blog. So because we do not wish to have unawarded
Yes friends we were involved in a serious rescue today. A tiny little girl named Molly had strayed from home and was hopelessly lost and in a panic when I spotted her running down the street. I shouted for her to STOP and amazingly she did. I ran over and scooped her up in my