We didn't get a great night's sleep last night. The winds were up and stayed up. Turns out the storm that wasn't supposed to arrive until Sunday came a day early. We were banking on calm winds to do the next 3 inlets. But that wasn't meant to be.
All our weather apps alerted us to gale warnings for Sunday, which was no surprise. However, they showed Savannah, Georgia as being the northern boundary. Now we had a goal -- try to get beyond Savannah. Thus the seriously long day.
|Last night's anchor track|
|Nothing redeeming about the day.|
Cold, dreary, windy as heck!
Few boats were out and about, largely due to the small craft advisories. On the ICW it wasn't that bad. The temps dropped drastically, however. When we woke it was around 66 degrees. Turned out that was the high for the day. By the time we anchored we were in the low 50s.
Turns out that gale warning was up here, too. Savannah wasn't a boundary, just local information. So we had a crazy long day for no particular benefit.
At least we made it to South Carolina.