Monday, November 28, 2022

Mosquito Lagoon to Pine Island, anchor

The anchorage last night was very quiet. Mosquito Lagoon is a large body of water, and we were anchored close to the ICW. But the wind calmed and, since we put the anchor in so late, no one came by and waked us.

Up early this morning and out. With the exception of the Haulover cut that takes you west to Titusville, the voyage was nearly due south.

We continued to see damage left by hurricanes Nicole or Ian. Boats are strewn everywhere. Some ports remain closed. The mooring balls at Titusville looked very sparse, making me wonder if they were pulled. That area had many boats tossed on the shoreline.

While I usually don't like long days we can "smell the hay in the barn". At this rate, we'll be in Longboat Key by the weekend.

Dolphins are just everywhere!


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