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Bald Eagles On the Severn River

Returning to Lake Ogleton after a nice November daysail, I saw what I thought was an osprey.  No, it was a bald eagle sitting on daymark 1L, on the SE end of Annapolis' Severn River. A first for me -- after 30 years of Bay sailing. As I slowly came up to the daymark I was able to grab some images. For larger views, click here

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From Aircraft carrier hms Elizabeth's Visit to Annapolis, Nov. 2019

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Here our COast Guard stands station while the HMS Elizabeth is anchored off the Severn River in late November. The modern Aircraft was in town as part of military-industrial complex seminar on breakthroughs in equipment design. The British, we heard, were offering to build a few of these smaller carriers.