34 42.90 N 076 39.80 W
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Back in the USA
|Dropping the Bahamas |
courtesy flag after 4 months
|The gulf stream crossing was |
nice and smooth for the Admiral
|Culture shock arriving in West |
Palm Beach on Mother's Day
|A hatching of "Love Bugs" |
covered the decks of Carina
Wednesday May 11 we retraced our route north and met up with our friends, Rich and Carol Wellman (Manta 42 –“Great Catsby”) in
|View from the Sprint Tower|
We made our way to a mooring ball at St. Augustine Municipal Marina on Saturday after dodging and sitting out a rather nasty front of afternoon thunderstorms along the way. Sunday 5/15 was another busy day on the ICW passing through the
|The Jekyll Island Club|
|The bike path along |
"Millionare Row". We're
going to miss the Spanish Moss!
|The Goodyear (as in tires)|
summer cottage on Jekyll Is.
|Dolphins kept us company|
sailing outside up the coast
|Arriving in Charleston Harbor |
in AM abeam of Fort Sumter.
|Anchored in Dewee's Creek|
10 miles north of Charleston Hbr.
|Sunrise over Dewee's Island|
|Ospreys like to build their nests |
in the ICW channel marker posts
|Kathy taking in the view of |
the Waccamaw River
|The waterfront docks at |