Tomorrow we will be heading to Kilkenny Creek 60 miles hopefully to anchor, this will also set us up to jump outside if the weather permits, this means traveling on the Atlantic ocean verses the ICW which is much faster as long as the wind and waves are minimal. We shall see when the time comes.
|The not so good thing about Georgia is the huge tide swings, this sailboat on the inside of the dock is now sitting on the mud. Sometimes its just to easy for the boat to find the bottom with shoaling due to the swift currents and extreme tides. But thanks to helpful sites such as active captain https://activecaptain.com/index.php|
the crusiers net
and of course trusty old Skipper Bob
there is lots of great info out there to help with waterway warnings, alerts etc.
|Standing on the waters edge, in about 6 hours it will be filled in with water again.|
|Just a paddling away|
Ahhh the end of another wonderful day on the water.