Our ballots were sent to the Brunswick Marina and the weather is going to turn blustery for a couple of days, so we decided to bite the bullet and stay in a marina for a while. We've only been in one once since Baltimore. It is going against my "rule" but we're soooooo
close to Florida from here. We missed getting there by only 1 day. Sometimes you gotta says you tried and call it a day.
Yep, ballots were here, filled out, and Russ is mailing them now. Voting in Florida is a little like tilting at windmills but, hey, they might be giants.
|Anchor is already up!|
We knew today would be longer so we had the anchor up at nautical twilight. Overcast skies darkened the view on an off and the wind came and went, but overall it was a lovely ride. Lots and lots of big, wide bodies of water with very little water in them. Stay in the channel! On the other hand, most of the day was on a rising or falling tide (which is around 8 feet here), so there was more water than the charts claimed typically.
|inQuest is Brunswick. First time we've|
sterned-in in a long while!
Plans for the next few days include house cleaning and laundry.
This is why I'm not a big fan of marinas. They mean "time to do some real work."
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