Jeff and Sally had secured marina sites for both our boats at Badger's Island Marina on the Kittery side of the Piscataqua river, the river that is the border between Maine and New Hampshire. Again we ended up on a side dock, this time broadside to the river with its very, very busy traffic, most of whom completely ignored the 'no wake' zone. To escape our bouncing vessels, we walked to the market for some supper items and took advantage of the marina's grill and patio area for a nice cook out and a lengthy chat about our respective adventures this summer. The meal was great and the company was outstanding.
|Adirondack rounds Whaleback Light into the mouth of the Piscataqua.|
Monday morning Adirondack departed for Boston and points South. I gathered my things together to jump ship. It's been a wonderful month of cruising, but I have commitments I can't ignore, even for a few more days. A good friend of ours, Bill Page, drove down to join Dan for the last leg of bringing Wille Dawes home and kindly let me drive his truck back to Camden. Dan will finish this blog when he is home, probably Thursday or Friday, weather depending.