Nature can be incredibly still at night, and away from city noise with no wind and just a sliver of a moon, we both slept extremely well. Early in the morning, we reluctantly departed this area, started down the St. Mary's River, went out around Point Lookout, and turned north up the bay.
|Large home and grounds along the St. Mary's River|
|Point Lookout Light|
After arriving, Anne headed for the laundromat, and I began trying to diagnose a problem with our stern thruster. This required examining the propeller underneath the swim platform in 60 degree water. Unfortunately, due to the record cold spring, this was only the second time on the trip I had a chance to get into a swim suit for the purposes of getting wet! Then, we rode bikes out around the island to get more familiar with what we would see tomorrow.
|Zahniser's Yachting Center on the left|
|Larry checking the stern thruster prop in 60 degree water|