At 7:00 Debbie served coffee, tea, and blueberry buckle.
There would be a brunch later, around 9:00. We said our goodbyes
to Jim and Barbara, who Dennis was taking by the motor launch
to the ferry. They needed to catch an early flight home. We waved
as we sailed past them on the ferry, and Mike fired a salute.
Maggie was elected to present the crew with a token
of our gratitude. She had a good speech, short and sweet. A
hodge-podge lunch was arranged on deck as planned. We sailed
down the bay towards Camden with another beautiful windy day.
Everyone was taking advantage of the good weather. The bay was
full of sailboats.
High tide wasn't until noon so we lolled about
the entrance to Camden harbor, watching other sail boats and
luxury yachts coming and going.
Curtis Island Light at the Camden
A fine job of coiling the halyard and placing
it on the bitt (by your's truly, of course).
We furled the sails for the last time and docked
at 12:30. Then it was off to retrieve the cars, load up, and
say our goodbyes. Maggie and I did a little more shopping in
Camden before we headed back south to Virginia.