After 1200 miles and 50 days, we are finally in Florida…and we finally run aground.
Day 51 – 52, December 4 – 5
Our stop in Amelia Island – our first in Florida – was one of convenience. We would have loved to stay and visit in Fernandina but with the Fernandina Harbor Marina closed that wasn’t an option. Thus we limited our visit to one night at the less-than-exciting Amelia Island Marina and pressed south into Florida. Continue reading Finally Florida
Windmill Harbor on Hilton Head Island offered us a delightful and secure overnight stop before skipping the Georgia ICW entirely by running “outside” to Amelia Island.
Day 49 – 50, December 2 – 3
After delaying our early Sunday morning departure from BEW-fərt, South Carolina because of thunder, lightning, downpours and threatened tornadoes, we were chomping at the bit to get under way. At 11:00 am, with gray skies and rain still splattering around us, we cast off from the Downtown Marina of BEW-fərt. We didn’t know where we were going, but that’s normal for us. We don’t plan, remember? Continue reading A Private Lock and Running Offshore