Love the Topsider break-in. I've got a new pair of Quoddy boat shoes waiting to be broken in Easter morning. It'll have to be fresh water here, though.
Is that a French Sailor turtleneck? Also (and you might have had a post about this) - what brand/model of jacket is that? Great ensemble. Love the cap.
@Anonymous 6:03 - Thank you and yes, it is an L.L. Bean French Sailor Turtleneck, to which I would have linked, but they took it off of their site. (When I called they said it was still available.) The jacket is a Henri Lloyd Blue Eco that I got at The Admiral's Buttons in Camden.
A Pearson! My husband and I sail a restored 1964 Pearson Ensign. A lovely little boat that can easily be sailed by one or two. I hope we get a chance to see the boat from this post after restoration.Cheers,Bitsy
P.S. Love the shots of the geese and swan!Bitsy
Great picture of the Sperrys and water. Really great effect!
It was hard to continue reading a post that opens with photos of Canada Geese, but I'm glad I did.
I have spent countless hours on the docks at this marina (Harbor One), and to this day is one of my favorite places to unwind on a summer afternoon. During the warmer months, the swan population is enormous, they really add to the beauty of that piece of land. A close friend lives in the house on the right that you pictured, it looks even better when the weather is not overcast.
@Courtney B - What fun! Yes, we stopped for gas, but they were closed. We had to go across the river (hence the bridge shot) and wait for them to drive over and open it up.
Darling dog - what kind is it?
@Anonymous - 5:22 - She is a Norfolk Terrier.
What is your darling Norfy called?
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