As I said in my last post, half of the boats at the Wooden Boat Show last weekend were in the water.
There are always a lot of pretty boats moored here in the Georgetown Harbor and it's a lovely place for a stroll any day.
We came to see the wooden boats early Sunday morning to avoid the crowds. It worked, too. It wasn't crowded at all.
In fact, some of those living on their boats were just getting up to their first cup of coffee.
Felicity is a schooner, built in 1968.
Made from cedar carved planking with a white oak frame, from Charleston
27 feet, built in 1930.
White oak keel and ribs with juniper planking.
Everything you need, right? -- kitchen with a sink and one-burner stove, living room with comfy chairs, deck on the water, wine hammock, and bedroom below.
I could live here!