Pirates Cove Marina, Clay, NY July 3-9

We stayed at Pirates Cove for one week through the July 4th Holiday. This was a great location, with a restaurant and pool that was in the cornfields of Clay New York. We went for a run and a couple of nice long walks around the countryside area. There was some wildlife here from Fish to Snakes (including bluegill – not pictured) and quite a crop of lily pads and grassy growth — that made this a fun and pleasant stay.

We also got to clean and wax the boat during our week stay — doesn’t she look nice!

Patti and Paul, the owners of Pirates Cove were great! Their courtesy car was in the shop for the first half of the week, but Patti took us to the Farmers Market on Saturday, and to two Grocery Stores so we could re-provision — For 3 hours — we also went to lunch with Patti while we were out — it was her first time to go to Five Guys!! With all the great groceries, Mary cooked some great meals on the boat.

Larry got the Dinghy fixed! He replaced the water pump impellor — third time he got it right! The dinghy now runs like a dream! Patty came around in her tiny boat to say high and took this great picture of us on the back of our boat!

Pirates cove was great fun and we were sad to leave, but it was a great day for boating so we were off! It had rained quite a bit while we were in Clay, NY — likely due to hurricane Elsa that came through Florida earlier that week.

Published by labailey2020

We are loving life and our new adventure in retirement! We are very social people and want to invite all our friends and family to join us at anytime during this adventure of a lifetime!

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