in January this building was just at the first floor, lots of work has been done while we where in the Bahamas
another good boat name
on the ICW again, lots of huge beautiful homes
these are seats with faces on the opposite side … its strange what you see when you are only going 6 knots
one of the many bridges we had to pass under
this looked so strange
there is lots of Osprey nests along the Ditch
beautiful manicured lawns and property
entrance to St. Lucie River, note the other side of the red bouy, really shallow
our anchorage for the night Hoggs Cove, the ICW is the line on the right side
April 10, 2015
We headed out at 8am and had 4 bridges that opened on certain times, and 3 others that opened on demand. Being a Friday we thought it would have less traffic, which means less wake from power boats.
It was a long enough day 6 1/2 hours and 30 miles in the heat and no wind.
Once at anchor on St. Lucie River, we went to say our good byes to Mike and Mary Ellen, it has been great sailing with them for the last 2 weeks. We did a lot of beach combing and hiking together, and had tons of laughs.
Tomorrow we head up to Stuart, inland now, to do laundry, get diesel, water, and post the blog.
We understand from SNOWBIRD, that there is a good pizza place in Stuart and that it has gluten free crusts … so here we come !!!