We are normally off to an early start, and we wanted to open up the slips as soon as possible. Indian Town is a busy marina.
Nice company on the water…
I was impressed with this tree house…spent a lot of my time as a youngster in the tree tops…I wanted to be Tarzan and live with the animals.
Crossing under I 95.
While waiting for a lock to open Jim spotted this Osprey as it caught a fish and landed in a tree to eat it.
I had ribs cooking in the slow cooker all night. It’s time for an early lunch, so I handed off some to Larry and Diane. This is how we do it.
Jim held steady and snapped some photos as Diane guided A Dollar More close enough for Larry to take the hand off.
As we neared the St Lucie Inlet, I got a few photos of the homes on the St Lucie side.
Look at the stone terrace work…
I guess “homes” doesn’t justify these….”mansions” might be a better word.
See that light tan spot? Sand bar…that motor boat will be passing to the R of the two red markers. That is why you stay in the channel is this area.
Once we rounded the marker at the junction of the St Lucie Inlet and the ICW, we spotted the Coast Guard working on a channel marker.
Then came the parade of sailboats heading south.
Another Sport Fisher….nice slow pass by a beautiful boat. It was a very pale lime green.
We are anchoring for the night about 15 miles south of Vero Beach, FL.
We should be able to get in there early enough to pick up a mooring and catch the bus into town in the morning.
Another great day on the water…..too bad we’re going the wrong way….towards home. Bummer.