Friday, June 11, 2010
A hop, skip and a jump down river from Carters Creek is the Corrotomon River, a little piece of heaven. Although in recent years there has been a lot of development here, it remains a wonderland of woodland hideaways and hidey-holes, with anchorages too numerous to count, most with deep water and few other boats to share your space.
We chose to anchor on the west side of the River opposite Bell Creek to wait out the 25-30 knots of weather and thunderstorms, neither of which ever happened here. We stayed for two days during which time the Captain attempted to fix one of the heads (key word here is attempt)and I can't tell you one thing that I accomplished. I guess that is the goal of retirement.