We logged extra few miles on several days’ runs setting ourselves up for a short run the final day. We were glad to have the extra miles in the bank. We learned of a spot we could only traverse at high tide and nasty weather dictated we avoid the direct route necessitating a safer, but longer twisty route.
Back to the JS by Tuesday night and we’re n the road again Wednesday.
We saw dolphins through the Carolinas and Georgia, but they were all camera shy.
There was a blue heron on the dock last night. I had in my viewfinder, but the pre-flash frightened him off before the true flash.
So, today I share the last of my trip pix with a few interesting boats.
A container ship around a bend in the river.
A serious transoceanic cruising yacht
A pair of grand old ladies built by Trumpy Yachts of Maryland. As fine a yacht builder as there has ever been in this country. This pair of 82-footers are beautifully maintained and estimated to be fifty years old.