Who knew a weekend in Baltimore could be so fun?

This past weekend we made a last minute decision to take the boat up to Baltimore. I’ve been flying out of BWI airport, but we still hadn’t spent any time in Baltimore yet. It takes about 30 minutes by car. It took us part of the day Thursday and part of the day Friday by boat………….! Sailing is the ultimate in the saying, “Its about the process!”

Here are some pics of the weekend. It turned out to be fun and a good change of scenery. After being on the move for over a year its been a bit hard to be in one place this long. Even a weekend away is enough to make me feel like we’re not “stuck” where we’re anchored.

These container ships makes me feel really small out there!

We first anchored Thursday night in a little cove instead of traveling in the dark – there were also gale force winds predicted so we called it an early night. Here, Tobin is bringing up anchor in 35 degrees. Its getting cold here!

Here is the dodger (helm cover) that we spent time here in Annapolis making. It was quite the project – now our solar is on top and secure. No storm is taking it down!

BALANCE under sail

Tobin at helm

Here we are, the only boat anchored in the inner harbor area of Baltimore. No wonder we were the only ones anchored out this weekend………..it was freezing! We were coming back from shore, out to the boat and a little girl started talking with us about where we were going. We said we were going home and told her we lived out on the boat. She seemed confused and then intrigued. A definite future sailor in the making! The aquarium is right here in the background. A really nice one!

Can you find us?

We went to my first ever professional football game – The Baltimore Ravens and the Arizona Cardinals were playing. Talk about a place to people watch!

Me in front of a coast guard ship in the inner harbor


This weekend I’ll be teaching in Oklahoma at The Canebrake – http://www.thecanebrake.com Please spread the word! Its my first time teaching in this location and area. I’ll be teaching workshops, walking yoga and privates while there.

On November 12th and 13th I’ll be teaching at East Meets West Center – http://www.eastmeetswestcenter.com my Applied Anatomy for Yoga training. It is part of their 200 hour teacher training, but the weekend course is open to the public for one or both days. Please visit http://www.eastmeetswestcenter.com for a full description of the course. And, as always please feel free to e-mail me with questions.

I have TWO on line classes at Yoga Vibes – please visit http://www.yogavibes.com and search for Jamie Elmer. The 2nd class was just recently added from my last trip to Los Angeles.

Hope you had a great Halloween! Stay warm and please stay in touch!


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