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Sailor is keeping us so busy… she is truly the most entertaining baby! She has 2 teeth (which first started to break through at the state fair and our vacation- yet it didn’t phase her at all!), pulls herself up, walks while holding onto surfaces or our hands and sometimes even lets go! 789 more words

Yup,  the Robo’s went sailing. True story.  We didn’t run (ok fine, we did for like 30 miserable minutes) or ride, we sailed.  Both of us sailed.  

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Night Fleet

Pride of Baltimore II on the Chestertown waterfront, Downrigging Weekend.

Pride is a reproduction of the wicked swift and agile Baltimore Clippers, privateers of the War of 1812. 28 more words

Chesapeake Bay

Chapter 12...The Cradle of Naval Aviation

“It was much pleasanter at home,” thought poor Alice, “when one wasn’t always growing larger and smaller, and being ordered about by mice and rabbits. I almost wish I hadn’t gone down the rabbit-hole…and yet…and yet…” 10,556 more words

Navy Wife

furling sail

At the end of the day, sailors go aloft to furl sails.

Like the carefully coiled lines on the ship, this is more than making neat, tidy and pretty; it preserves important technology, makes things last longer, keeps the great wind machine of sails and rigging safe for future voyages. 39 more words

Chesapeake Bay

George Kajanus (Sailor) 1976

George Kajanus, lead singer of Sailor. Poster in Bravo 20 May 1976.

Sailor’s hit at the time was “Girls, Girls, Girls:.