Onward! Nefertiti to Many Moons

Two weeks ago, I left the 230-foot M/S Nerfertiti on the Nile River to fly back to the U.S. Today, I return to the 34-foot Mainship Many Moons on the Patuxent River to continue the Great Loop. It took about 10 hours to fly 9,000 miles. It's taken 10 months to cruise about half of … Continue reading Onward! Nefertiti to Many Moons

Transition Time (Again)

Spring is a transition time for the world, and doubly so for me this year. In fact, the past nine months have been a series of transitions...from dirt to boat, then back to dirt, repeat. ("Dirt" is the word many boaters use for land; i.e., "my dirt home.") Unless you've lived long-term on a moving … Continue reading Transition Time (Again)

To Solomons Island & State #14

Many Moons is hanging out for awhile at an "island" which isn't quite that, just 56 miles south of Annapolis on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay, at the mouth of the Patuxent River. Solomons claims the designation of "island" because a 20-foot-wide waterway (more like a ditch) separates it from the mainland. Never … Continue reading To Solomons Island & State #14