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August 29, 2020.    On the hook is a nautical term for when the boat is at anchor or secured to a mooring ball.  The quiet creeks where we enjoy anchoring, do not have mooring balls.  The best “on the hook” times are quiet, peaceful times when the silence is broken only by the sounds of nature, or the waters gently lapping against the hull.  They are times to relax and enjoy reading, writing, music, or whatever moves your soul.  The scenes that follow put “on the hook” in pictures.  Some are of Slow Dance, others are of friends’ boats, sunrises, and sunsets, taken from Slow Dance when we were “on the hook” with the Cruising Club of Charleston.

 

 

May your days be as peaceful as nights “on the hook.”

Oh Captain My Captain