A Final Few Days "at Sea" September 7th 2013 Friday night is distinctly chilly and so is Saturday morning until the sun begins to warm us up. We are heading back to East Greenwich via Potter Cove and Bristol.
Saturday is a nice sunny day with a brisk breeze so the waters outside Newport are full of sailboats of all sizes. We head up to Potter Cove and anchor in our favorite spot just outside Buoy #6. It is very busy here. The mooring near ... read more
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We are a retired couple living (mostly) in Connecticut. We enjoy sailing "Pavane", our 34-foot sloop, along the New England coast. When it snows here, we like to visit the Caribbean Islands (by air). And we visit Europe and Britain as often as we can manage it.... full info