Papa’s World – cruising the Rappahannock – family.

While staying at The Tides Inn on the Rappahannock river

For the birthday’s of Tammy – Cassidy and Taylor

We decided to rent a electric boat

called the Duffy 18.

We were told where we could or could not go –

Stay in the large bays and not the main river!

The combined bays are really large and provide a lot of scenery.

The electric boat was quiet – large and comfortable

affording all of us room to sit

a table and places to put our numerous coolers and snacks.

We had the boat reserved for three hours

and we used every bit of that time

we had a roof to keep the hot sun off

and all the plastic sides were lifted up

so we had a breeze!

My son in law Marcus was the captain

but he allowed each of the three kids turns at driving!

I just relaxed and enjoyed the cruise as they all drove.

Sometimes we had a breeze

out in the open bay –

but once we went up the coves

it disappeared!

OSPREY NESTS WERE EVERYWHERE!
Everyone moved around to different seating

At one point we came across a couple dolphins

and we would tag along with them.

Here the twins are on the lookout for them.

This went on for about a half hour and made for a exciting time!

Cruising the RAPPAHANNOCK BAYS with a electric Duffy boat!

Thank you for reading Papa’s World

WHERE FRIENDS MEET THE FAMILY!

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2 thoughts on “Papa’s World – cruising the Rappahannock – family.

  1. Looks like a great way to spend some quality time on the water. Beautiful boat. Is that fresh water? Looks like it, but didn’t think dolphins were ever in fresh water.

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    • Judy Benson Mark – it is what is called Brackish water – a combination of both fresh and ocean.
      And dolphins do come up waterways from the ocean. Not sure how far – but I have seen them before in other places. Thank you for the comment.

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