Monthly Archives: March 2013

Key Largo

Thursday the 21st was laundry day – we had to drive it in via dinghy and pay $6 per load.  Brian and Deb Christensen were kind enough to pick us up on their way by so that we could run a few … Continue reading

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Marathon – Mooring City

Our goodbyes said to the Basavage family, we left Big Pine Key and made our way through the canals, clearing the local bridge by a good 4″.  We cruised back to the Hawk Channel in the Atlantic and it’s 3-foot seas.  A mere … Continue reading

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The Big Belch

On Saturday, March 9th we left the Key West Mooring field and headed out, despite the fact that we had lost more lower unit fluid. Something was still amiss, but we couldn’t determine where the fluid was going. There was … Continue reading

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A Little Hiccup

Monday morning we made the final preps to head out to the Gulf – gas, water, pump out, ice, closed the port lights and secured everything in the cabin.  As predicted, the winds were much calmer, and the skies clear.  We left Goodland … Continue reading

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A Snail’s Pace

We have traveled a mere 60 miles since our arrival back in Florida, and are currently holed up in Goodland, a quaint old fishing village on the southeastern tip of Marco Island. It is located at the beginning of the … Continue reading

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