Another entry today in this month's group writing project Top Sailing Destination on the Planet. Mitch who writes Bone in its Teeth says...
You're kidding me, right? How about 330+ entries about the TOP sailing destination on the planet? Here's the link -- I'll go make a sandwich while you catch up on what I've been posting about for the past couple of years. In all seriousness, I can think of no finer area to go sailing and gunkholing than in the Chesapeake Bay and the surrounding coastal waters of Maryland and Virginia.
And he has a list of eight reasons why Chesapeake Bay is the top sailing destination on the planet, including awesome critters, spectacular gunkholing, and soft bottoms.
Hmmm. I wish I knew what "gunkholing" was. I know that a lot of sailors like it. What's the attraction about gunk? But I do know what soft bottoms are and I like them too. Oh, and by the way, Mitt says it's huge. I found the photo at the top of this post on Mitch's blog. I don't think that's the boat that he sails around the Chesapeake on but it is a pretty cool picture.
So thanks to Mitch and all the other participants so far.
But where are the Usual Suspects?