|Chopper enjoying the Patapsco from the bow seat aboard Miss Gen.|
It was four years ago on Easter Sunday, that Maggie and I became the very proud owners of Me Voy. At that time we were fairly certain that within a few short months of week-end work we would have her ready for cruising. We soon realized the scope of the enormous project we had undertaken and our education officially began. Now we are both well versed in all aspects of boat restoration and repair, and I have even risen to the status of professional yacht technician. We have learned a lot from our time with Me Voy, and the education is only just beginning.
|Chopper helps keep watch.|
|Leaving the marina in our wake.|
|Maggie likes to hang on|
|Miss Gen Catching good wind|
|All smiles as we leave the home front|
|Chopper is a very good lookout|
|Nice beam reach heading toward the city|
|Docked in Canton|
|Spirit cruises passes wide of us in front of the fort.|
|Maggie takes the downwind home stretch|
After rounding the fort, we could finally turn downwind. We had a good laugh, and surfed the waves, making good time homeward. Maggie took over at the tiller and brought us home just before the storms started.
|Me and Billy relaxing on the back deck|