Sunday, September 23, 2012

The Wye River

We left Fells Point, and headed to one of our favorite anchorages on the Wye River. The Wye is a tributary to the Chesapeake named after the Wye River in Wales. Wye Island is a 2800 acre, and is National Resourse Management area. With it's secluded anchorages, (we are the only one in ours)  great crabbing, (HUGE ONES!) lots of places to explore, wildlife, places for the girls to play in the water, and its natural beauty, it's one of our favorites.
We will be here one more day, then head to Solomon's Island.

September Song (loving the Wye River) out

Sharing the Chesapeake with the big guys.

The lighthouse, at the entrance to the Wye River.

Beautiful homes on large acreages, as we head up the Wye.

More and more trees are taking on their fall colors. Our time is getting short up here. We would stay to see them all change, but there's a chill in the air, so it's time to start working our way South in the next couple of weeks.
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