We are meeting Carl at Lake Monroe Park, Debary, FL where we leave our truck and trailer. It is a busy place today. Even more boats on the water.
On our way there we spotted all these boats nosed up to the shoreline.
I wasn’t able to get them all in the picture. Normally we only see a few boats here…but the river is low and there is more beach exposed.
Everyone is out today…water skiers…jet skiers….fast boats…slow boats (us) and everything in between. Lots of big houseboats. Most will be anchored in the lake tonight for the fireworks.
We anchored and Jim and Carl took the dingy ashore to pick up a pizza for supper. Boats coming and going all around us.
As the sun was setting the "River Queen” was heading out for it’s dinner cruise.
They had a big crowd aboard.
One of the nice things about watching the fireworks on Lake Monroe in Sanford, FL is the ability to watch all the fireworks in the towns around the lake. I counted at least 20 different ones. We couldn’t hear the explosions but some of them on the opposite side were beautiful. Next year we’ll anchor in the middle and get to see them all.
Once the fireworks were over we took Carl back to the dock…dropped him off….took the trash to the dumpster, then headed back to the anchorage by G109. Butcher’s Bend.
It was a fun evening. Glad we made a plan change so Carl could join us.