After the storm, Skull Inlet
We’re spending a week near Beaufort, South Carolina (beyoo’fort. not NC’s bo’furt), and hope to do some sailing in the sounds and inlets while we’re here. A Stationary Front has stalled over the coast, though – little or no wind, hot and steamy. Small popup storm showers wander the horizon like grazing cattle. Not much good for sailing, but great for cloud watching.
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Tommy here from the DC melonseed fleet. We corresponded about sailing together some time ago and I’ve been unable to locate the email. I was hoping to see if you’ll be at the mid-Atlantic small craft fest? If so, let me know. I’ll be there camping out all weekend and would love to see (an by see I really mean sail..?) that lovely wooden melonseed of yours. Cheers – Tommy
Don’t know yet if I can go to MASCF this year. Have to juggle my schedule, and won’t know for sure until it gets closer. You’ll have a blast. If I do get there I’ll be easy to find.
Beautiful photos. Looking forward to more!
Hi Barry,Thanks for the incredible photos,I’ve never been to that part of the country,but I’m amazed how much it resembles my southeast Louisiana coast,lowland,marsh,water,sky.hope you get some sailing in…..
Thanks guys. Today is grey and chilly, but the day before was pretty dramatic. Never been to southeast Louisiana, Jerry, but from the photos I’ve seen the two places have much in common.