Monthly Archives: July 2016

Day 142. Steinhatchee, Florida

A largish session last night in St Marks when Arrie, the marina admin lady asked us to join her and her boyfriend Robert for Saturday night drinks. We met their eclectic assembly of friends too and raised bar tabs at … Continue reading

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Day 141.  St Marks, Florida

Day break at Apalachicola Marina with Spike’s tidy little 25 ft yacht in the foreground. Last night Spike told us about his dream of exploring the the South American Rivers. Initially heading up Venezula’s Orinoco River he takes a “distributory” … Continue reading

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Day 140. Apalachicola, Fl.

Arrived at Apalachicola at 1.30pm after leaving Panama City at 7am, however we crossed a time zone so it is an hour later and thetefore we are back on Eastern Time. We chose not to go to Port Saint Joe … Continue reading

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Day 139.  Panama City Marina

Enjoyable evening in the Oyster Bar at Bluewater Bay marina last night. “Jimmie”(like the boys name), who runs the marina office, next to Deveen’s right in the photo above, called loopers Jack and Patty to come by and meet us. … Continue reading

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Day 138.  Bluewater Bay Marina, Niceville, Fl

We enjoyed last night, Pensacola is a neat city, I had a Southern BBQ of pork and we returned to the dock at 8pm just as Glenn and Kathy arrived on Dads Surprise.  Kathy came by this morning before our … Continue reading

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Day 137.  Palafox Marina, Pensacola, Florida

Had Mahi Mahi tacos at Lulu’s last night and listened to the singer who sounded a lot like Buffett. The place was rocking for a Monday night, probably about a thousand people there and a two hour wait for a … Continue reading

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Day 136.  Lulu’s Marina, Gulf Shores, Al

Headed about 35 miles across Mobile Bay and had to get used to saltwater, tides and a short wave chop because it is so shallow, about 12 feet. We are now on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway in protected water till … Continue reading

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