Lake Okeechobee Outpost
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I remember it being crazy cold in the Bahamas last time We were in this neck of the woods. A short weekend sail to bimini wound up taking two weeks due to all the cold fronts bringing the cold down from Canada. I thought it would be warmer this time as its still only Autum. But nope. We have had a few cold fronts come down so far and near freezing conditions interspersed with some sweat inducing clear days. I am enjoying the warm. Bit ...
... Inspiration back at Deltaville Boatyard in Virginia.
From Stuart we made our way along the Okeechobee Waterway to Indiantown. We found the Okeechobee Waterway to be very similar to the Dismal Swamp, only it was summertime in Florida and therefore hot and humid!
Waking up expecting to be loaded we did the final adjustments and took Bimini and coach roof off before releasing the back stays. Just as we finished the phone went and we were told that we had been pushed back another day and would be early Thursday. Off we set for another day out to Okeechobee lake and take our over night bag with us in case ...
... enough for us to start living aboard, so we spent 2 nights at Paul & Linda Ledoux's condo. We are now living aboard and working hard waxing, cleaning, re-doing the teak etc. etc. We'll be here til after Thanksgiving working on a couple of projects that are best done while the boat is out of the water and then we'll head to Sunset Bay marina's mooring field in Stuart. We'll be in touch when we finalize our plans. HAPPY THANKSGIVING everyone!
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Kluane National Park is located in Yukon, Canada. Way up North. She was previously owned by a couple who called Ottawa, Canada their home. Kluane is home of Canada's tallest peak- Mount Logan (19,545 ft). It is also home to one of the worlds largest non-polar ice ...