For the last weekend in July, the weather was perfect. The first 3 weeks in July it been hot and humid in Eastern North Carolina. A cold front push down from Canada and brought cooler temperatures and lower humid to Eastern North Carolina. The lows for the weekends were forecast to be in high sixties. The daytime highs was mid-eighties. It felt more like late … Continue reading Taylor Creek Sailing Trip
It was another gorgeous day for sailing. It rained most of the week in North Carolina along the coast. They were calling for no rain for the entire weekend, and there is Full Moon on Monday. Hopefully I will get chance to capture it over the weekend. I went out sailing on National Flag Day, June 14. Friday evening would have been perfect for a … Continue reading Another gorgeous day for sailing!
Today, 4th of June and it was a gorgeous day for sailing. The temperature was in the low 80’s, the winds out of the NE at 10-15 knots, bring in the cool temperatures. The sky was partially cloudy. Yes it was a gorgeous day for sailing, too bad I had to do it solo. My wife was busy at work and could not take the … Continue reading A gorgeous day for sailing!
Another wet weekend. So what else is new. Did you ever notice that it rains more on weekend, then during the work week. If you are retire like me, then it doesn’t matter. But for my wife who isn’t retire, then you are waiting for the weekend to go sailing, or to take a romance walk on the beach, or to go for a nice … Continue reading Oriental Boat Show and North Carolina State Sailpack Regatta
Michele and I just completed a 12 nights Southern Caribbean Cruise with Royal Caribbean on the “Anthem of the Seas”. The ship departed Cape Liberty (Bayonne, NJ) on 3rd of February and stopped in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Philipsburg St. Maarten, St. John’s Antigua, Castries St. Lucia, Bridgetown Barbados, and Basseterre St. Kitts. I fell in love with St. Lucia and need to go back … Continue reading Southern Caribbean
The 30th of October would probably be the last time I get to go sailing this year. I was hoping on sailing more during the month of October, but that didn’t happen. October was busy month and probably the best time for doing anything in North Carolina. The evenings are cool, and days are sunny with warm temperatures, and very little humidity. I started the … Continue reading Sailing on the Neuse River
Finally good weather rolled in. I can’t believe 4 days without rain and cool temperatures, the evening low in the upper 60’s. The only snag, northeast winds, which bring cooler temperature (plus), low humidity (plus), high water in Whittaker Creek (plus), and the stumbling block rough surf in the Pamlico Sound. I e-mail my friend Dave and Gale and asked them if they were up … Continue reading Sailing 23rd and 24th August