|Grant, Lois, Kay and Richard|
(Photo by Conrad)
|Liam the Hungry|
Richard and Martin arrived on “11-11” (an 85' Ocean Alexander) few days ago and docked near by. We had a chance to visit, share a drink and a few meals as well as the Red Sox victory (which is a tad more important to some than others). Soon they will be leaving for points south but we hope to cross paths again.
We are a week and a half from the end of our stay in Charleston and hope to spend as much time with Amy, Liam, Ben and Jason as they can stand. Rachel and Pat will be here for the weekend. Now that the farm has slowed down, they are able to break away and have a little time in a warmer place. We can't wait to see them.
We are beginning to plot our courses south through GA and FL before launching off to the Bahamas in early December. Out course south will include a combination of open water and inter coastal travel. Each section of the inter coastal has its charm, history and interest. Georgia tends to be a great deal of grass land, swamps and meandering creeks with a 6 foot tidal swing. Florida's coast and the ICW tend to be more varied with a combination of populated areas and wilderness. We are looking forward to it all.
Thanks for following our journey.
|Ravenal Bridge in Charleston|