Every year around August Prince William Yacht Club organizes a raft up at Three Sisters, an anchorage on the Potomac River north of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Washington, DC. Here are our pictures from the 2016 event.
We are slowly getting our photos up on here and developing our workflow. Here’s our photos from a day trip to Three Sisters with friends.
Don’t forget to check out Part 1. Our death by food tour continues. After cheesecake at Juniors we countered the sugar rush and subsequent crash with a matinee on Broadway. For dinner it was time to try out some authentic Italian. We ended up on Mulberry St. in the heart
While on our first visit to Manhattan, a lot of our planning revolved around various restaurants we wanted to visit and foods we wanted to try. We hit so many restaurants and food hotspots that I decided to split this into two posts. Don’t forget to check out Eating New
I love nature and wide-open spaces, so Central Park was my cup of tea. There were so many things to see and do, but you had to get around the people jogging and crowding around for impromptu shows happening around the area. Even the public restrooms were somewhat nice. This
Growing up in a small Southern town with a population fewer than 5,000 folks when I was in high school, entering New York’s Times Square was a little daunting. There were probably more people in one city block than there were at the local grocery store where I grew up, and
On Sept. 11, 2001, Eric and I were only friends and I was a sophomore at a small college in West Tennessee. Like most others who can recall that far, I remember exactly where I was when those planes hit the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and the field near Shanksville, Pa. Almost 15
While planning our anniversary trip to New York, I knew that I wanted to see a Broadway show. However, I wasn’t quite sure how to get Eric on board to this excursion since he typically dislikes musicals (he took me to see a local performance of Rent a few years
We were feeling a little adventurous and fuel prices were down so we decided to run down to the bay and visit Smith Island. The trip was amazing. The destination not so much. After departing friday afternoon we spent the night in Nomini Creek. We originally set anchor in Nomini
So Star Keeper has started developing an embolism. The symptoms started out as some stumbling and significantly mismatched wide open throttle RPMs. After doing some research and checking plugs, we found some articles on clubsearay.com outlining an issue with the Cool Fuel modules that were on our 8.1 Engines. It appears
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