The morning was spent exploring the village of Catskill. A nice little town with a rather long main street. The weather is excellant and we prepare for take off at about 11:00 am. We say fairwell to our canadian sailboaters again and hope we will see them again.
We travel until about 3:00 pm. We know that this is low water tide so we know that if we have enough water at low tide we will be good. All we need to do is at 2.8 feet to the anchor rode calculation and we have a good hok.
We go to bed with one eye open. It was difficult as we herad a good number of Amtrack trains and an annoying taping caused by waining tide energy.
I got up at 1:00 am and scouted out our position and found that we were again facing away from the yatch club, but in the same relative position. """"YEAH"""""