From Cumberland Island we pushed further North into Georgia.
Our route would look like this:
We would pass this house that just looked like a painting..
Somebody should paint this house
Even better close up
We passed this sexy trawler.
Once at the anchorage it was windy and rainy all night but the rain let up enough in the AM to see the sun.
Just before weighing anchor at Turtle Island we snapped one last panoramic picture (below)
The trip down the ICW to St. Catherine’s Island was made a bit more difficult by the 7+ foot tides that were running into low.
Of course you don’t need the depth finder to see where the shallows are; it’s where the birds are standing rather than floating.
I snapped the below picture as we ducked under this 30′ bascule bridge as Kelly piloted the boat.
Yesterday’s trip took us across the line into Georgia and past the Savannah River. We had a moment when we passed the marina where 12 years earlier we purchased our previous sailboat, Skull & Swords.
Isle of Hope Marina is on a bight along the ICW’s Skidaway River.
All points South of Isle of Hope Marina are new cruising grounds for us. Some of what we saw was bird life such as this unidentifiable bird of prey.
Or this stalker of the shallows:
We passed these guys who decided to pitch tents along the shore rather than sleep aboard.
Today’s trip will take us from St. Catherine’s Island to somewhere around Sapelo Island
We are going anchor to anchor over the next few days to find the sun. These unseasonably cold mornings (in the 40’s) are continuing to bedevil us.
That said, I needed to solve the riddle of who destroyed our porch pumpkin back home.
We searched through our home surveillance footage and nabbed the suspects.
Be on the lookout for these two.