Took us two hours to get to the WestRiver on October 30– a cold northwest wind blew us down there, and that first night was a brisk 42 degrees in the cabin at sunrise. The natives of Galesville are very friendly, accommodating to the visitor and great cooks! We have officially broken the forcefield of our dock in Annapolis.
Two weeks later, we’re in Charleston, SC and children sail past in shorts, seemingly unintimidated by the river scooting them along at 3 knots. The storm drain covers are made in America, too!