Adventures of Adirondack

Adventures of Adirondack

Monday, August 6, 2012

Weatherbound, finally

Last night was our first real night on the Atlantic Ocean. Well, I shouldn't say ON the ocean, as we were tucked behind a little island off the beaten path and protected from the wind. We still got some unsettling waves during the night though, so it wasn't nearly as calm as the rest of our anchorages. This morning we decided to try to move further down the coast of Nova Scotia, marching on to Halifax. Well, it wasn't to be. We got out there and ran into some waves from the SE and decided it wasn't our kind of cruising and ran up the Liscombe River to hide. We found a really cool lodge there and were able to anchor and use their pool, athletic stuff and everything available to their guests. This included a big TV which we were able to watch the US-Canada soccer Olympic game on. Pretty cool. I went for a hike and ate lots of raspberries. Wes stayed on the boat and practiced cribbage.  Capt. jeff

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