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Wednesday morning, my wife, the dog, and I took a nice long walk on the beach down to Yaupon pier. Grabbed a couple shots under the pier. We were going to walk out on the pier but they want 50 cents a head. Didn't have any money on us so we decided to walk back to the beach house through town. Once we got back, the entire crew piled into ...
We slept in pretty much. Well... I slept in, at least. We had a simple, light breakfast and walked down to the beach just to check it out. It had rained the night before and everthing was still pretty wet. It was still pretty. After the beach, we piled into the van and went to, of all places, Walmart. We stocked up on groceries and beer (Yuengling Black and Tan). We're pretty much just going to chill for the rest of the day. I'm enjoying the Yuengling which I can't get back ...
... 1 Matt in a beach chair with his feet in the ocean and a towel over his head. I think Adam was the only one to make it to his tent before he passed out. It was lovely until it got chilly! We headed for our tents and slept like babies.
The next morning we woke up to the sound of the ocean and the sun rising over the horizon. I am serious when I say there is not a more peaceful way to begin your day. We spent the whole time playing ...
... another day there depending on the storm I will let you know. As we travel to Myrtle beach we have to go around Cape Fear. scary name but the skipper says it's really not difficult I will fill you in on that later :-)
I'm off to try and get a picture of those pelicans, which didn't happen...I don't know where they all went last night they were gone and this morning they had not returned....who knows, perhaps we will see more today along the way.
... what need on the bridge so we pack that all up there (love my coffee bean bag for that), engine checks, I disconnect the power, we both do the lines and the skipper masterly pulls out of the marina. I pull in fenders and lines and away we go. Also when we come in to dock I'm no longer nervous find having a mid ship spring line ready for the dock hands is the best one to throw first then stern and last bow. Most times there are deck ...