|This was the view from our dock in Norfolk|
as the Navy brought a ship into dry dock.
They spun the ship 260 right in front of us using two tugs.
|The Staten Island Ferry, John F. Kennedy|
on it's way to drydock in Norfolk on the Elizabeth River.
A sight for sore eyes in the wrong place!
How does it feel? Bitter sweet. If we couldn't spend more leisure time sightseeing right now, it was time to return to Maryland. We missed our children and their families so the summer break will be good for us. It is time to pull the boat out of the water, shed our ICW mustache and have the bottom painted. We will travel, by land this month, and catch up with friends for the next few weeks.
This is not good-bye to the blog. Rick has reflections to share and information for other cruisers still on the water. So please visit us again this summer as we plan for our fall chapter!