As Dwight Eisenhower said -plans are worthless, but planning is essential.
There was a tiny islet that was my personal airy from which I could view the cove. When things were awful, I could row out and use it as a place to rant noisily. None other than the shorebirds heard me.
Along the coast of Maine, the post-glacial landscape is one of sunken river valleys and islands.
"Walking" the show is a fun privilege of being a boat show vendor.
Spout comes to mind when talking about some "sailors" - as in spout nonsense.
Too many national chains can ruin a good lollygag - that semi-hedonistic ramble around a harbor town that starts with a coffee in the AM and ends with a nice lunch at a favorite restaurant.
The vista was the lower Hudson in 1972. The photographer was my father, Nick Carreras.
woodworkers are masters of recycling from plank to scrap.
I love exploring quotes about the seas and oceans.
Where there is a summer visitor, there is a summer visitor industry.