Worth 1000 Words

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Gift from the Sea. We buy these right of the lobster boats in Galilee, RI near the Block Island Ferry – fresh – and steam them in the back yard the same day.

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Crabby Bills, IRB, FL

 

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Self proclaimed Captain of this all female team. We are somewhere – just like its always 5 o’clock somewhere.

 

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Point Judith Lighthouse, Narragansett, RI A few miles south of home

 

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40th anniversary sail in Bali

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Jamestown, RI looking at the Newport Bridge on a foggy summer morning

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Our pocket palace, Avalon on the Narrow River, RI

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Ex Libris and Sand Piper (our former boat – now Pickerings) at flood spring 2014 – river is over the road.

 

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Finn (as in Huck and an homage to Moby Dick’s) our 15′ Montauk Boston Whaler at the mouth of the Narrow RIver where it meets Narragansett Bay, RI

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Summer Solstice Full Moon, Narrow River

 

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You think your butt’s cold? Ex Libris in her winter berth blanketed by ice.

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Jost Van Dyke above the Soggy Dollar

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Sailing by our deck on Indian Rocks Beach, Gulf of Mexico FL

 

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Ex Libris behind Slim Island on the Mississippi River. Ready to throw down the hook and spend the night.

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Ex Libris under repair for nearly a year while we fought Boat US who didn’t believe she was struck by lightening in her slip. She was and finally they believed and honored our claim. At Port Charles Marina/Yacht Club.

 

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Anchor Yankers Island. Mississippi River UMR mile marker 217. We’ve been members for 20 years

 

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Mississippi River Trading Post, Portage Des Sioux

 

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Aboard Sandpiper with Connie, Alton Pool

 

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George aboard his sea kayak the Chili Pepper on the Narrow River

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No Wake Zone – slack tide – Narrow River

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Marina (she was too small to be Yacht Club) aboard Ex Libris. She wears her jacket compliantly because she found falling over board to be pretty scary.

 

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The Oar – our favorite feeding hole on Block Island

One thought on “Worth 1000 Words

  1. Just saw some of these photos for the first time – loved all the comments under each photo! You do great work Jeri and we so enjoy your blogs.

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