We’ve come across several uncharted obstacles as we’ve sailed in the Chesapeake. They are a bunch (hundreds) of sticks protruding in 30-40 feet of water, about ½-1 mile off a shore. See photo below. It must have something to do with the fishing industry. Luckily we’ve spotted them and changed course but in low light or at night they could be a hazard. Don’t understand why they are not on charts.
We plan to move further up the Great Wicomico River this afternoon to visit fellow cruisers we met in Maine.
|Life in Tangier|
|Another Tangier scene|
|A beautiful beach on Tangier|
|Beach fort building, ie Industrial Arts class|
|Reedville fish processing plant, smell it in MA?|