2021 PaNNTOA Photography Contest

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    Reply to this post with a title and brief description/story.

    • You may submit up to two photos per boat
    • You must be a current member of PaNNTOA (or our fancy pants system won’t let you post)
    • Photos must be taken in this calendar year
    • Photos should not exceed 1 mg in size and dimensions should be less than 1000 x 1000 (any combination, say 500 x 800 or 900 x 537, just less than 1000)
    • Photos must be submitted by November 30, 2021 (as every Cinderella knows, that gives you until 11:59:59 PM PST)
    #14186
    David Kircher
    Participant

    iPhone photoPhoto taken at Dock Street Marina on a warm, clear Summer night from our friend’s boat.  Sparrow, our 32 NT, is behind Denise and me.

    #14187
    David Kircher
    Participant

    Sucia Island, May 2021Sunset at Sucia Island State Park, May 2021. Taken from our 32 NT, Sparrow.

    #14189
    Paul Bulk
    Participant

    Rowing off to dinner at Deep CoveRowing to dinner

    #14190
    Paul Bulk
    Participant

    We often stuff our boat full of our kids (3) and their friends. Here they are cooling off this summer leaping Roof jumpingfrom the pilot house roof of our 32.

    #14193
    Carter Barnes
    Participant

    Morning Dock Mate, Marcia Barnes

    #14195
    morris@novuscom.net
    Participant

    Lucky us – tied up to our friend’s dock in Horton Bay Mayne Island which just fits the good ship Adventure-UsHorton Bay

    #14196
    John Hall
    Participant

    Waiting on the Moon….       Zincs are done, bottom is clean – let’s go boating! Our first time on the grid went off without a hitch. (April 26, 2021, Whittier, AK)

     

    Spring sunshine in Prince William Sound!   (May 1, 2021).

     

    #14198
    Denise Nichols
    Participant

    Sunset at Anchor in Gig Harbor

    #14199
    Denise Nichols
    Participant

    Docked in Edmonds with Washington State Ferry in backgroundDocked in Edmonds with Ferry in Background

    #14200
    Denise Nichols
    Participant

    Sunset in Gig Harbor

    #14201
    Denise Nichols
    Participant

    Docked in Edmonds with Ferry in BackgroundDocked in Edmonds with Ferry

    #14202
    glennbefus
    Participant

    OK guys…where are we off too this time?

    Hope we get there soon – I have to pee!

    Miss Teller

    #14203
    Mark
    Participant

    NT37-157 “First Tracks” with majestic, snow-laden Mt. Baker backdrop.  Mt. Baker is an ever-present feature of boating in the San Juan Islands, changing with the seasons.  That’s our hometown of Anacortes shown nestled below the mountain.  A benefit of Anacortes as home port is you don’t have to cruise far to capture amazing views and feel you are a long way away – so close and yet so far.  With COVID border restrictions and not being able to head North into Canada, we are gratified to have so much so nearby!

    NT37-157 with majestic snow-laden Mt. Baker background

    #14204
    Mark
    Participant

    NT37-157 “First Tracks” at Snoring Bay, Sucia Island.  We love to use our Nordic Tug as our base, and paddle by kayak and explore the many hiking trails that abound in the San Juan Islands.  Normally our Golden Retriever, Moxie, accompanies us on the kayak, dinghy, or stand-up board.  Here, you can see her looking longingly out the aft door while I kayak with my granddaughter Harley, with Grandma looking on as well.  We love the spacious accommodations on the Nordic Tug that allow us to share new experiences with extended family.

    NT37-157 First Tracks, Sucia Island kayaking

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