While in Apalachicola we were docked by the Ice House (which means something to those who've been there). As I walked the dog I noticed a small bakery directly on the other side of the street with a chalkboard sign out front that read "BISCUITS." I love biscuits. I made a note that I'd pick some up in an hour or so. When I went back, however, they were closed with a "SOLD OUT" sign on the door. It was only 8:30 in the morning!
|Dawn in Apalachicola|
We shoved off around 8:30, bellies full of biscuits sammiches, and took the toodle on the ICW. We're planning on fueling up near Destin so we're watching our speed today.
|Two Bald Eagles, count 'em, 2!|
The south wind kicked up quite a bit by the time we dropped the hook. The advantage of anchoring is that you almost don't care, unlike trying to dock in such a breeze.
|Your eyes do not deceive you.|
That is a Staten Island Ferry.
They are built here, then sailed to NY for use.
|Back to having to watch for, well, logs. Do you see it?|
Oh, and we're now in Central Time.