When you click on the image for full-screen view, the "textured view" offers a painting, possibly.When I visited Chestertown in August on the way back from MA, there was a schooner out in the middle of the river, but it had a green hull and a pennant that read, "MARTHA WH_T_".I was afraid to think, "Martha White", (LOL). I mistook it for the "Sultana", since you said it was usually docked there.You'll be able to fill in the blanks, I'm sure.I posted Barry's video link to the Precision Forum of Trailersailor.com and a few comments about your Blog. See thread that begins with: Frustration! (views: 71) Richard P-18 Williamsburg -- 10/30/13 5:51p.m. Then click on my post, "You do have it easy..."I hope it increases your "circulation".
Any idea on the schooner's "moniker" I mentioned in the above post? I think I've read about it on Barry's Blog or yours.I expect she's there at the docks.
Hey Buck, It is the schooner Martha White. the reason for the name may be evident when you go to their website:http://www.schoonertime.com/I've never actually seen the band.
Hi Mary Lou.Been a few years since you & I talked about recommended anchorages on the Magothy River when I launched near Rock Hall Emporium marina in 2011.Thanks for filling in the blanks. I was confident that the schooner was not tied in with the cornbread folks.Will have to get back up to Rock Hall to get on the bay so I can get my "fix". Thoroughly enjoyed my seven days on the water in 2011.Thanks again.
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