Family Territory by Eric Phinney on September 24, 2018 Here is a picture album from the last couple of days. From the time we entered the Cape Cod Canal until we holed up here in a snug little Harbor in Rhode Island called Sakonnet. A great view of the facilities at Sandwich on the Cape Cod Canal The brand new office. Last year was the 100 anniversary of the canal, which was built by the US Army Engineers. Take care of your Sandwich’s lest they get written up. Walking back from church we came accross the HQ There are also firemen in case your toaster gets out of control Approaching the famous and picturesque train bridge. Kind of like the tower bridge in London Out into Buzzards bay View into Phinney Harbor as we pass View at the moment. In Buzzards Bay heading for Phinney Rock which marks the entrance to the Harbor where I bought this boat in 2011 This marks Phinney Rock. Rocks like this usually get named after the person who first found (hit) them John and Marjorie Lok, the fine folks in South Dartmouth Harbour that we bought Tevah from in 2011. We met up with them at the New Bedford Yacht club and then welcomed them onboard for a glass of wine and sharing of memories. The last couple of days since we crossed cape Cod every breakwater has people fishing. There are also sport fishing boats around us all the time. The big boats are after Bluefin Tuna while the folks on shore and in smaller boats are after strippers We are currently anchored beside this beautiful and new Hinkley Sakonnet Harbor, where we tucked in to get out of the near gale force winds. We may be here for a day or two.