Saturday, November 21st up again early and were off by 8:00 am to Reedville ,Virginia on the Great Wicomico River. We anchored off the Reedville Marina on Cockrell Creek in 12 ft of water and had a great evening. Mind you it was pretty cold around 3:00 am in the morning, however, not too cold for a couple of hearty intoxicated water enthusiast to be riding their wave runner up and down the creek. I did hear one of them say “please slow down” when they buzzed past.
Sunday, November 22nd greeted us with a nasty run down to Fishing Bay, Deltaville, Virginia. It was a short run, 30 nautical miles however the Chesapeake was stirred up by a 20 to 25 kt wind out of the NE which made for a very uncomfortable run with 3 to 5 ft seas off the stern quarter. We tucked into Fishing Bay by 12:30 and dropped the hook glad to be in the protected harbor. Ginny cooked Italian sausage and spaghetti with garlic bread which I must say was awesomely, awesome. Damn she can cook. Well we didn’t have to worry about vampires’ and had a great evening onboard. What a beautiful anchorage. This is one to remember for future trips north. Due to approaching weather we elected to swing on the hook in Fishing Bay until Wednesday, morning.