2012 Photographs USA (May - Oct)

 

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October 2012
Slide show of sailing photos 2012, Rob & Sarah Bell Annapolis, Maryland and laying up at Herrington North Marina.
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September 2012
Slide show of sailing photos 2012, Rob & Sarah Bell New York sightseeing
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    Rob had just got out of the water - Cape Cod Bay.
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    Gosh there's a good name for a company.....
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    In front are the two derelict piers, one was due to be used by the Titanic and the other was used by White Star Cunard for the big liners.
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    Actually this is supposed to show the remarkable blue colouring of the background, but sadly does nothing of the sort!
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August 2012
Slide show of sailing photos 2012, Rob & Sarah Bell Maine
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    Just a local selection - and each one has to be unique
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    Sarah counted 6 on our trip from Maine to Cape Cod alone.
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July 2012
Slide show of sailing photos 2012, Rob & Sarah Bell Rhode Island, Cape Cod, Provincetown, Boston and the Isle of Shoals.
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    Old USA 12 metre America's Cup yacht in the foreground.
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    from the other Worcester
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    Sarah was born at the other one
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    This says it all: whales, the Stars & Stripes & gay friendly!
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    Very smelly downwind
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    Reminiscent of Harry Potter's underwater task?
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June 2012
Slide show of sailing photos 2012, Rob & Sarah Bell Washingto DC, Memorial Day Parade, Chesapeake Bay, Rhode island & America's Cup Racing
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    As you can see this was not fully up "undergoing repairs" so the air draft was greatly reduced. OK for us, but sadly not enough for the yacht behind us!
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    Built 1928 and retired from active service in 1961.
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    Not our photo!
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May 2012
Slide show of sailing photos 2012, Rob & Sarah Bell Sailing to the USA, Norfolk Virginia, Potomac River to Washington DC, Rolling Thunder.
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    Red line shows our heading (which way we were pointing. Green line shows our actual route, which would have been confusing for the two ships shown heading south west.
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    We assume this was promoting Nova Scotia.
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    Lovely to look at, but you have to clear up the crab shells they leave.
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    Plenty of room, just a dramatic view I thought.
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