Monday, November 29, 2010

Loggerhead Marina – Intermission - Last Blog until January 5th

Morning Clouds to the east
We leave Tuesday morning at 6:00 am for Lagrangeville, New York. We packed our rental car tonight and all is ready for a quick start in the morning. I put double lines on every cleat, secured the dinghy, took down the enclosure and put out lots of fenders. The boat is as secure as we can make it.

It's a long wak from the dock to land!
 Meanwhile, we watched the march of beautiful clouds across the horizon where the Gulf Stream is located. I can only guess that the height and volume of the clouds were influenced by the warmth of the stream. We seemed to have crossed over into Caribbean type weather with warm, humid winds out of the east and highs in the 80s for temps.It’s going to be a rude awakening when we head north! Needless to say, we’re not taking any of our warm weather clothing. We were told by those in the know to expect cold weather on the trip down but we’ve seen nothing but temps in the 70s and 80s all during the trip, it’s been nice.

This blog marks the start of an intermission. I will resume on January 5th when we return from New York to continue our journey towards Key West where we have a dock reserved for the month of February. So mark your calendars for 1/5/2011, I will return!

Fleetwing at dock for December


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