Saturday, September 8, 2012

Red sky in morning . . .

. . . sailors take warning.

Yesterday morning in the anchorage at Witlow Point, there was an ominous red look to the sky. Sure enough, today it was honking 30 knots, gusting 50, with record-setting rain.
Fortunately, we decided to hunker down in a harbour, tied to a dock; thus, we were safe and sound in Meyer's Pier Marina in Belleville when the storm front came through. As we post this in the evening, it's a flat calm, but with the cool of autumn in the night air.

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