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Friday, August 5, 2022

Belfast to Rockland, anchor

When we went to bed last night there were predictions of fog in the morning and thunderstorms in the afternoon. We hoped to travel in between those 2 events. But no fog in the morning, so we didn't dilly-dally much. Turns out, no thunderstorms either.

Very calm water today, which was lovely. We traveled mostly south toward the Atlantic, hovering along the west coast of the Penobscot Bay. The last couple of weeks we've spent winding between islands, hiding from any real water. But that's about to end. We're getting back into trips out on the Atlantic.

Dramatic skyline
Given that we might be here a while. We planned to spend the weekend but Russ had stuff shipped here that (of course) did not get here in time. He wants to wait until he gets it, which the earliest is Monday. Tuesday, at a glance, is looking marginal for travel. 

So, we may be here a while.

The lighthouse at the end of the
breakwall of Rockland.

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