Looking North up the creek which eventually brings you into the village of Sag Harbor.
Michael with his morning cup of coffee checking out his dock.
Looking east from the dock on their huge parcel of property.
Michael making his daily rounds on his property
The main living area
Michael and Jen's house has 3 bedrooms 2 baths and a fireplace...very cozy
We launched the boat at the village ramp and brought it around to their house.
Michael meet Jen and I at the head of the creek and escorted us back to the house.
Michael was to slow so we left him behind.
We started our boating adventure from Sag harbor and planed on circumnavigating Shelter Island.
This was Michael and Jen's first wedding Anniversary ironically I was present to document the event.
Michael is a Saltaire lifeguard on Fire Island and Jennifer is a nurse at Sloan Kettering in New York City.
The weather could not have been better with light winds and clear skies. This area of Long Island is so picturesque.
We explored the very tranquil Coecles Harbor and yes Diesel was enjoying it as much as we did.
After leaving Coecles Harbor we ran to the north side of the island and tied up in Dering Harbor. Just so there is no confusion my boat is the little white one in the foreground.
Shelter Island is best discribed as a sleepy New England village.
This is the center of town on Shelter Island.
We took a break and warmed up with some hot soup and snacks
After leaving Dering Harbor we saw this crazy boat/sub making it's way to Greenport. If anyone out there has any info what this thing is please let me know. We also explored west Neck Harbor as well.
Here is more info on this vessel.
Before heading back home Diesel, Michael and I explored Cedar Point.
We went ashore on Cedar Point to check out the pristine beach.
Diesel and I want to thank Jennifer and Michael for a incredible weekend out on the East End.
Tim C. Smith