Log Book: Oswego - September 1, 2003
Yeahhhh....We are IN the USA. We raised our yellow
flag, custom for saying that we didn't check in yet. And again a
50 mile trip to our next goal, the legendary harbour Oswego where
proud sailors used to take their mast down and hopefully still do.
The wind was amazing, almost stormy. So we zipped down East. Maciek made some fine pancakes on the way, the first time we actually cooked during a sail. Somehow this one really bad anchorage night miraculously fixed our motion sickness problems. It seemed as if a switch had been flicked in our inside. We ate greasy stuff, slept down below, reading, all during earnest weather.
Anyway, after a long day and numbed buns Oswego welcomed
us around 7pm. We managed to call immigration via video phone and
they're going to send somebody to check us our tomorrow morning.
We hope it'll all work out. Later on some border police came and
checked if we were still staying on the boat and not terrorizing
the city. So far, it's all good. Maciek and Johannes, the dream
team says goodnight, cya tomorrow. Thank you all for being here
P.S. Being out in this little boat makes you appreciate
what you have.
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