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Relax, nothing in control! Raining. Captain in cockpit, v berth is warm and dry. Beautiful coastal Carolina's. Who needs yoga when you are sailing. I do take helm in the 1-100 breaks. 8 hrs in the rain & pulling into Casper marina for nice hot shower. Finally sun shining. ...
... happen as we traverse the hundreds of miles of the ICW. We know where the essential things are stowed so life isn't a mad scramble.
The short run to Cedar Creek is a typical start. It's close enough (10 miles) that we can return if there is a problem or to get something absolutely essential but far enough along that we have a head start on the next day of travel. Tomorrow's run should get us to Mile Hammock ...
... purchases to make. Maggie turned in the car yesterday and we are hoofing it until we slip our lines and finally get underway southward. We will leave Deaton Yacht Service this morning and move Rhiannon to a slip in town where everything is within walking distance. This past month's activity has been stressful, involving packing up and moving out of my condo, putting everything's in storage, a hellacious 18 hour flight ...
Andy flew in Fri. Arrived in middle if the night after being diverted away from cross country storm. He slept on terminal floor with 300 other stranded passengers. I picked him up yesterday at the New Bern airport. He looked like he was back from battle, tired & carrying heavy bags. It's nice to see my ol' friend again. Boat is out on hard ...
... not found anything we liked within our budget. As expected, if we want water views, we have to pay the price. I think the part I have enjoyed the most is the wide open view across the Atlantic. Walking the beach front every day has been relaxing but a workout. We walk in about calf-deep to thigh-deep water anchoring our steps as the waves crash into us. Our legs are sore by the time we are done. While the water is ...