The voyage here would be short so we weren't in a hurry to leave the anchorage. It was one of the quietest anchorages we'd been in for a long while. The morning was calm and gorgeous.
We weighed anchor around 8:30 in the morning and headed to St. John's Yacht Harbor, near Charleston. Russ made reservations for us about 2 days ago and he understood they were going to put us on a T-head. Tides here are a thing, so if we were going into a slip, we'd want to time that with slack tide, or close to it. Knowing we were on a T-head, however, meant it really didn't matter.
|Lovely dawn this morning|
Martha and John Babinski came down to visit us before they headed south to go survey a boat they hope to purchase by the end of this month. We hope it all goes well -- we miss them!