September 2, 2015

September 2, 2015  Day 74 New York Summer 2015
Georgetown Yacht Basin
Georgetown, Maryland

We left our calm anchorage on the Bohemia River just before ten this morning. We weren’t in a hurry because we only had to travel 21 miles.  We did have to dodge a few crab pots at the entrance to the Sassafras River.  The river is very winding and scenic with trees and houses lining much of it.

We arrived at the marina in Georgetown at 12:30 and first stopped at the fuel dock.  At $2.25/gallon, this was the lowest diesel price we have ever paid.  Can’t pass up that opportunity!  We also emptied the holding tank.  We then went to our slip and got tied up for the week!

Leaving our anchorage on the Bohemia River
We walked up to the ship’s store to drop off some mail. It was 90 degrees today and we were feeling the heat.  Joyce got some laundry done and fixed dinner but we really just wanted to relax.
Since we will be staying put for the week, we won’t update the blog each day.  We wish everyone a Happy Labor Day in advance!

Three lovely homes along the Sassafras River