Left our Rhode River anchorage a little later this morning...we notice more and more trees turning beautiful autumn hues.
The well-recognized Thomas Point Lighthouse - one of the more popular symbols of the Maryland portion of the Chesapeake.
Yes, we'll be passing under these twin bridges, then turning portside/west in the channel to head toward Baltimore!
Passing under the two bridges (but very unlike the two bridges we first tried passing through in Stuart, FL - this passage was uneventful)!
The only red, white and blue buoy in the country (if not the world)! It marks the location where Frances Scott Key was on board a British ship, looking back at Ft. McHenry and seeing the 'stars and stripes' flying proud and high!
The "Domino Sugar" sign from a water view...this sign is supposed to be the largest neon sign in the country! (We'll strive to get a 'lit-up' picture too.)
Captain Ron did a terrific job of backing us into a slip at the Inner Harbor Marine Center - right downtown! This was our first attempt at backing in, and Ron made it 'smooth'!
The city is still awake...lots of lights, and lots of activity - and Spirit Journey is enjoying her new slip surrounded by it all!