|We came to the dockside at New Bedford
State Pier at midday in the midst of a strong
wind and drizzle. After getting together for a
final departure from the ship, The Sound School
was on up into the New Bedford Whaling National
Historical Park to explore, this time by land.
Now, there's one hardy crew for you! Great trip!
To The Tune "I Say a Little
I woke up this morning
found it was raining
I put a little rain gear on
Have Breakfast Breakfast
oatmeal and bagels thank you Laurie.
For ever and ever you'll
stay in our heart
Thank you Laurie
We're cleaning and
scrubbing we're cleaning bunks out ...
A Watch had the duty of
creating the web write-up while we made our final
approach to the dock at State Pier in New
Bedford. A successful circumnavigation
around Cape Cod brought everyone together as
"The Crew.' Though the weather was a
little frightful we survived and had a great
The high wind and rain was
enough to indicate the cancellation of the
evening sail for members. So the Ernestina is at
dock now for several days.
Captain: Sophie Morse
Program Coordinator: Steve Kirk
The short last leg from anchorage
to State Pier dockage.
The New Bedford Hurricane Barrier is in the
background as Ernestina passes through the gate
into New Bedford Harbor.
The Sound School crew at Tonnessen Park on