Monday, July 22, 2019

After getting up in the dark, we weighed anchor (including the salad) at 05:45. 


Despite “Red sky in the morning, sailor take warning”, we enjoyed the sunrise.


As we proceeded out of the sheltered anchorage, we noticed a significant swell left over from yesterday.

The winds started out of the Northwest, which was favorable, but by noon the winds were again out of the Southwest, which was not.

At one point during the day, we crossed paths with a rather large sunfish that had serious wounds and was not doing well.


We dropped anchor at 19:00 in a small cove near Mushaboom.

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  1. Donna young

    Looking forward to reading more blogs about your adventures

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