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Checking the Bow Anchor

Making sure we have good holding ground for the anchors is a must for our safety.

We anchored close to shore from the stern, while waiting out some storms, at beautiful Washington Harbour, Washington Island, WI.

We then dropped a bow anchor just in case the wind shifted 180degrees during an approaching thunderstorm.

Water depth was 38feet (11.5 meters), and the water temperature at the surface was 46°Fahrenheit (7-8°Celsius).

Nick did enjoy himself thoroughly in case you're wondering 😊AND he also rescued my new prescription sunglasses...that fell overboard!

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