As we entered the Niagara River we called in to the yacht club planning to put our
So nice to swing on the anchor with a view looking south up the
Maybe I should have set a second anchor. We wake up around midnight with the wind really howling and Enee straining at her anchor rode. We listen to the weather radio which is announcing a severe weather alert including high winds, thunderstorms, hail, tornadoes, flood, pestilence, and bad manners all around.
After listening more and waiting through the stinking French versions we figure out that the warning is not exactly for our area but more down towards
Today is the long haul. From the Niagara
Denied! This marina apparently had problems with birds nesting on their roof. So, they’ve installed what sounds like a pretend hawk screaming sound that goes off about every 5 minutes…ALL NIGHT LONG. We were tired enough to sleep through it ok but not to sleep in. It was still cranking at 6 in the morning. Time to get up I guess…
July 26…A day in
Well, let’s see what
July 27 What day is it?
The much needed rain came in droves all day long. We felt the rollers in the harbor and weren’t surprised to hear NOAA announce a small craft warning on
So one more day in
Anyway we spent the rest of the day in rainy
Tomorrow, on to
Fort Niagara as you enter the Niagara River. Quite a site.
Wing and wing from Youngstown, NY to Rochester, NY. A beautiful 70 mile sail, all day!
After skinning his knee and grunting to attach the pole, Scott rigged a topping lift and used the spinnaker halyard. Great Idea!