|I hate barnacles|
A lot of green crud and barnacles.
We now just needed to register and pay at The Matanzas Inn. I Googled in on my phone and it said it was 2.4 miles away. Had to be a mistake, right?
So we cruised around looking for something just a little closer. Number 11 was occupied, and 40, and 44. Number 42 had so many barnacles growing that we couldn't get the rope out of the water. Back to 50 it was.
|See the bridge? That's where the |
showers are and where we pay.
|I'm not sure if he was looking for a snack|
or $2 for having his picture taken but
he ran up to me as soon as we landed
|Nice view! There goes a boat sailing south|
A bike ride takes a little (lot) of work but was worth the effort. The bikes even though they are folding, take up as much space in the dinghy as two people. We rode down the beach on the sand for 3 or 4 miles then back along the road.
I'm sure that folding them back up and putting them in their bags the right way the first time will get quicker but we gave a bar full of happy hour customers some entertainment as we did it yesterday.
|For rent. Floating party deck complete with|
bar, grill, couches, palm trees, hammock
and a dog
|We have plenty of traffic around the boat|
Just a short ride away the docks are full of shrimp boats. Where there are shrimp boats there must be shrimp! Big fat ones that Brian sauteed in butter and garlic. Delicious!
|once the sun goes down it gets pretty quiet|