OCTOBER 28, 2007
Today turned out to be a sunny, cool, and very windy (25+ knots). Just what we like.
With a double reefed main and the staysail set we headed out to the Bay and then south to the Choptank River. We decided to anchor just inside La Trappe Creek. It is also said to be one of the nicer anchorages on the Bay and since it was Sunday evening we figured all the weekenders had probably gone home. It turned out to be a beautiful spot. It was very well protected and yet open enough to have good views. We found only one other power cruiser at anchor.
We saw a few modest old fashion homes on the shore surrounded by agricultural land. There was an abundance of Canadian Geese and several different species of water fowl.
The day finished off with one of the best sunsets of our entire trip.