At sunrise, we raised the sails turned off the engine and screamed north. It was sooo nice to sail!
The forecast for a Gulfstream crossing looked great if you left that night. We arrived at No Name Harbor anchorage to take Kala ashore. We then put the dinghy on the deck and fixed the high life lines. Everything was set for an ocean passage - now we just had to hope the weather would cooperate.
|Goodbye Boot Key Harbor|
|A regatta off Isla Morada - we had the best seat in the house as they rounded the mark.|
|Sunset at Rodriguez.|
|Rodriguez Key anchorage - completely exposed to east winds.|
|Back at Bill Baggs State Park. Stella Blue in background.|