This morning, we pulled up anchor at 08:00 and headed back out. This steel derelict boat was here when we went by last time. And the Waca Wache Marina is right across from it.
Here’s today’s photo highlights:
A beautiful calm morning
And lovely scenery along the Waccamaw River
Logs alert today; had to keep a close eye
Beautiful reflection on the water
Kids have to take a ferry to school from this dock; thought we might see it but it was 09:00 when we passed by
Lots of lily pads floating in the water
One really huge one
Abandoned rice fields
A floating bridge; and look at the name on Elle
Tide was out; poor planning on our part. The depth alarm kept sounding as we plowed our way through 3 miles of very low water!
Thankfully we made it through and the water was deeper in the anchorage. We had greeters too!
We dropped the hook at Harbor River Inlet at Awendaw at 14:00. Very peaceful and calm in here and we have wifi. Bonus; we can post some blogs and call the kids. 🙂
Today we travelled 44.6 nm.
November 8 Awendaw to Dewees Creek
This morning we lifted anchor at 08:00. This photo is looking out toward the ocean.
We wanted to get out on the rising tide so we wouldn’t be plowing our way through and hitting bottom.
Here’s some shots of a rather dismal day:
Houses along the ICW
This home is different
Lots of pelicans and sea gulls on this dock
A little place literally in the middle of nowhere; with a long dock to your boat
And again today we had a warm welcoming.
Not only were dolphins around; we had egrets and birds
We dropped the hook in Dewees Creek at 10:40. A short day but we rested and posted some blogs. It’s great having cell service! Just one more sleep until we get to see Ron and Gwen, friends we met at Whitby Yacht Club and now live in South Carolina! Very exciting!
Today we travelled 18.1 nm.