Dockside Days

This weekend was spent mostly dockside, taking care of a growing list of boat-related “To Dos” before our summer visitation schedule really kicks in. Included on the list was finally launching our Zodiac.

While the skies were partly sunny, the wind was blowing good and the Bay was rocking with white caps. It was actually the perfect weekend not to “throw off the bowlines” and to stay ashore.

Prior to tackling our nautical punch list, we decided to log our exercise by walking around the town of Rock Hall.  It was a nice aerobic stroll.  We took a few breaks on our three mile trip around the western tip of town to snap some pics.

So, this week’s post is a bit shorter on the prose and longer on the visuals. Hope you enjoy.

Fair Winds & Following Seas,
Keith ⚓️

Emerald Green Beach Grass Tickling the Bow of an Aptly-Named Sailboat On the Hard

 

Looking Northernly from Gratitude Marina

 

Looking Southernly From Gratitude Marina

 

The Jetty at Ferry Park Beach

 

Red Nun 6, Which Broke Loose In Swan Creek Channel and Washed Ashore in the Early 1900s. Now on Display Adjacent to Ferry Park Beach.

 

Oysterman Statue, Overlooking Rock Hall Harbor

 

Patriotic Sailboat Ready for the “Rock the Harbor” Event

 

Admiralty (a.k.a. Fisherman) Anchor on a Resident’s Lawn

 

Great Blue Heron in the Marsh of Swan Creek, Near The Inn at Haven Harbour

 

Stiff Wind Blowing Through Haven Harbour Marina

 

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