Thursday, March 20, 2014

Hobe Sound - We move north Friday

Notice how tall and skinny the palm trees are... Yet they survive many a hurricane 
We're having guests aboard over the next few weeks so that requires cleaning out the aft cabin! It seems like a labor of Hercules. Everything seems to gravitate to the aft cabin when you're cruising. Why put anything away when you can just toss it aft? After awhile you have to pay the piper so today was us doing just that. After a couple of hours (!) the aft cabin is now once again inhabitable.

The area here is next to a deserted area, a state park actually so there's nobody on shore west of us. To the east are all the high priced homes of Jupiter Island so we have the best of both worlds. With winds of 5 to 10 out of the east, it's like lake at night - and impossible to drag.

Just a typical home on the ICW by Jupiter Island
We'll be here tonight and on Friday head north to Ft Pierce where we've never been before. We'll freshen the boat up some and prepare to meet up with Bill and Sharman Fitchett on Sunday for another PYC South event!