It was thick this morning. Unlike my last post, there is nothing very majestic about this, but it’s pretty amazing that it’s this thick. We get this 7-8 times a year, typically spring and fall.
By noon, the fog had cleared away and we had a nice afternoon of 60+ degrees. We sailed for about an 1.5 hours, returning just at dusk. Wonderful sailing, in fact – most of the time we were traveling 5.5 knots. This will be one of our last sails for the year. We may get out once or twice more before we haul out in early December.