Sunday, September 19, 2010
Saturday, September 18, 2010 – mouth of Wye East River before Shaw Bay
We slept well and woke to a calm, clear and cool day. The wind was out of the north at 8 knots and the temperature in the low 60’s. Our agenda for the day was to cruise up the Wye River a little further to enjoy the scenery and then turn around and come back towards the entrance of the Wye where we knew we could get a strong internet signal and take care of some correspondence. At 9 am we had the anchor up and motored through the river where we saw dozens of boats out – most of them “crabbing.” On one side of the river were many beautiful homes while the other side was undeveloped and designated as a natural resources management area.
At 11:15 am, we dropped anchor in an open area at the mouth of the Wye where we had a strong 3G signal and could watch the weekend boat traffic at a comfortable distance. It was so nice there, that we stayed the night!