Wow, Kevin! Yes, that's it... West Point. Really great photos. The sail is full of history
and every bit as exciting as driving your car in to NYC
if you're not from there. The traffic is intense, mostly due to ferries and patrol boats.
While we have enjoyed being here (can see the Statue of Liberty from our marina), we are ready for a quieter, slower pace of life.
I saw the shot of your boat heeled over a bit there by the Tappan Zee. It's hard sailing in those condiditions since the river doesn't always give you the depth
and/or sea room. My hat's off to you for a job well done there... even time to snap a photo
We'll be transiting the same waters you entered in by in a couple months... not to return for quite some time. I do enjoy the roller coaster ride of Hell's Gate through the East River as well. It's fun to catch it at max flood or ebb in your favor. I think I remember looking down to see 12 knots on the GPS
last time at one point.
We'll be going south next winter. Woodstoves are great, but... sun is better.