Saturday, May 23, 2009
G43 on the Alligator River
We had a long day on the ICW (they are always long on this part of the voyage), as we speed to see our granddaughter. Oh, and the rest of you guys too. We put in nearly 12 hours (like work again) and finally dropped the hook on the Alligator River at marker 43, where there is enough room for the universe to anchor. We had plenty of water (over 7 feet), and a peaceful night.
My favorite times on the water are upon rising, when I always hurry up the companionway to see what the morning is bringing, and sunset, with a cocktail in hand and the Captain about to blow his conch horn. The sailing is fun too.