In that sleepy stupor, Russ checked how the batteries were doing. They'd gone down quite a bit. So he started the generator and set and alarm to turn it off in an hour. We didn't need that, though since the smoke detector went off around that time. At that point Russ pulled the little bugger off the wall and stuck it where we wouldn't hear it.
The rest of the night passed without incident. We were up early, walked a dog, weighed the anchor, and headed to Mobile. The last time we were on the bay was slightly less than miserable. It's hard to even say it's the same body of water. Today's right was nearly flat. A wonderful cruise. We docked in front of the convention center without any issues.
Hey. It's only a 2 hour drive each way. We'll be underway tomorrow.