Tuesday, October 30, 2012

The Witch of November Come Early

Wet and wetter. The max winds we had at the dock here were in the 40 knots. Out in the more open areas at the mouth of the York River and the mouth of the Chesapeake the gust were pushing 60 kts. Today the winds are down, the air has turned cold and its time to start working on boat projects so we can scaddoodle south to somewhere warmer.

Paul

3 comments:

  1. Paul I am delivering a boat on the Florida ICW last night in New Smryna beach it was 43 degrees!
    Today I had on long johns, double fleece and foul weather gear including stocking cap and gloves and froze on the ICW in florida hurry up maybe it will get warm again.

    Jim SV Sound effect presently "slip away"

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  2. Glad you guys are warm and dry, well at least dry. We've been concerned about you because the news here in the Midwest indicates everyone on the East coast is essentially dead from this storm. Jody and I look forward to following your sojourn South. Safe travels. Todd & Jody

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  3. Glad you guys are warm and dry, well at least dry. We've been concerned about you because the news here in the Midwest indicates everyone on the East coast is essentially dead from this storm. Jody and I look forward to following your sojourn South. Safe travels. Todd & Jody

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