If you recall from yesterday we were going to stay in Georgetown for a couple of nights to do laundry and shopping. Well, boaters always have a plan B and plan C because you just can't count on plan A. We have goals, not agendas.
Due to the time change we set our alarm clock 30 minutes earlier than we normally get up, which meant we slept in by 30 minutes. We are so clever. Anyway, up early I quickly started the laundry. The day was warm, the sun was out...and where was all the predicted bad weather? A quick look on the weather maps showed that tomorrow (Monday) would be the not great day to travel, and today pretty nice. So, as soon as the clothes were washed (NOT dried) we brought them back on the boat and headed south.
|Clear in the morning...|
The first thing I did when we got here was the drying part of the laundry, but it turns out Sunday night is a really big laundry day. Thankfully, we have a dryer on board. While small, making me work in batches, I'm finishing up the chore now.
|...rainy in the afternoon.|
We will play it by ear. Our challenge will be crossing the Charleston Bay, which is a big (and can be unkind) piece of water. Even though we think we'll stay in IOP 2 nights, if the weather changes its plans, so will we.
|Moonset in the morning|