|Last beach day for blue till next season|
|Last party with our ORYC family|
|Last decision on which way around|
|Last canal to explore|
|Last perfect anchorage till next season|
|Last great sail till next season|
So it was tied off quite well and a little tricky for the next 2 hours into the secret anchorage. Once inside the well marked channel we found lots of water, 12-15 ft, there were also another six boats in there we set our anchor, dropped the dinghy and went for a ride to explore the anchorage. It was huge deep and a lot of somebody’s money was spent drudging, leveling all the spoils to raise the land by five ft or so, roads, electric and I assume sewer lines, street lights, and they’ve just stopped. Had we not been happy with the anchorage we had planned to go into
|Last crossing of the season|
|Last swim along with our ocean friends|
|Last trip up the ICW till next season|
Mondays move to Stuart and Sunset Bay Anchorage started early with a way for blue, put the dinghy up on the davits and motor away. Glad it was a Monday because there was little traffic. No incidents’ with bridges, just a nice motor. Once on our mooring ball we saw all the others fill up fast as there was a big blow coming through for several days in a row. The marina was filled with people from all the years here, one set of boaters were leaving in a few days and needed to get their car to Indiantown, easily volunteering to do this, we fetched our car while dropping theirs off.
We made Indiantown after a week at Stuart we are pulling Kasidah apart, our haul out date is Monday the 7th, 10:00am.