We found a quaint and very nice inn where the innkeeper picked up fresh lobster
from the dock and cooked us a nice dinner, including fresh fiddlehead fern.
Making our way to Campobello Island on a cloudy, possibly rainy day.
Moored in Dipper Harbor with a stern anchor trying to stay off all kinds of
other moored vessels in the tiny area behind the breakwater.
Rowing around in Dipper trying to figure out the best way to keep our stern away
from a big fishing vessel laying very differently from our boat off its mooring,
which was very close to ours.
It looked like it might rain on the way to Campobello from Cutler. We were
prepared but nothing came of it, fortunately.
I brought my Yamaha "Silent Guitar", which plays through an FM radio
transmitter into the boat's stereo. It's one way to have a guitar on board
without risking the exposure of a finer instrument to the harshness of the
Fine dining, Chaos style.
We put on our game faces to take on the unknown forces of the reversing falls.
Fortunately, we did time it correctly and enjoyed very peaceful, still waters on
our way through.
The jet boat ride on the reversing falls. I decided to stay behind and take
pictures. It just looked too crazy for a sailor who spends all his time figuring
out how to stay dry. Dad, Steve, and Michael did it.
A snack somewhere along the way.