On Friday, July 11th we made our way to Sackets Harbor, New York, a pretty little town which had strategic importance during the War of 1812. Navy Marine is a full service marina, so after a pumpout, diesel fill and water top up, we took a berth for the night.We took a walk into town for a late lunch and visited the Tin Pan Galley. We sat in their lovely patio and had a wonderful lunch. Their spinach dip is amazing.
After lunch we walked over to the grocery store and then it was back to the boat for laundry. That evening we walked up to the theatre to catch a stand up comedy show which was very entertaining.The next day we met some friends from Kingston, who camp near Sackets Harbor, and went for a sail. The wind was light but we had a nice sail for a few hours. Early afternoon we dropped them off at the marina and headed back across the Lake. Although we had really wanted to stay a few days longer, we had to be back in Kingston for Monday and Sunday was calling for thunderstorms and heavy rain. At least we did get to visit the New York side which has been on our bucket list since arriving in Kingston.
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