25 February 2021 | Fleming Key,Key West, Fl
21 February 2021 | Big Marco River, Marco Island, FL
16 February 2021 | Fort Myers Beach, FL
13 February 2021 | Pelican Bay
09 February 2021 | Pelican Bay, Caya Costa, FL
06 February 2021 | Pine Island, FL
04 February 2021 | Glover Bight, Cape Coral, FL
30 January 2021 | Ft Myers Beach, Fl
28 January 2021 | Fort Myers Beach, FL
26 January 2021 | Fort Meyers, Fl
24 January 2021 | Marco Island, Fl
20 January 2021 | Big Marco River Anchorage, Marco Island, FL
17 January 2021 | Fleming Key, Key West, FL
14 January 2021 | Wisteria Anchorage, Key West
11 January 2021 | Little Torch Key, Newfound Harbor, Fl
08 January 2021 | Marathon, Boot Key, FL
07 January 2021 | Rodriguez Key, Key Largo, Fl
06 January 2021 | Rodriguez Key, Key Largo, Fl
01 January 2021 | Tavernier, Key Largo, FL
30 December 2020 | Tavernier, Fl
11 December 2020 | Faber Cove, Fort Pierce, FL
Good morning from sunny Florida. Finally in temps that I feel like my legs will see shorts. The morning is still a little brisk in the low 60’s but we should warm up pretty quickly into the 70’s and then 80’s next week. I know most of you don’t want to hear that, but honestly if I could have those temperatures year round I would be content.
Our sail from New Smyrna/Ponce Inlet to Fort Pierce was probably one of the best sailing events Ti Amo has ever had. Our sails we set perfectly and our direction one she knows well (a favorite of mine too), we were on a beam reach the entire way with winds at 10 to 14 knots. We turned off the engine and had about a 10 to 12 hour sail to the Inlet.
We happened upon an abandoned sailboat which looked suspicious to us. Greg alerted the coast guard as the boat seemed to have a hole in it and it appeared that with all the fenders and bouys attached that the owner was trying to keep it afloat. There was no dinghy which led us to believe the owner had gotten out and away but again nothing is certain. That is why you call the coast guard.....they need to find out the missing pieces and make sure first and foremost that a life was not lost at sea and secondly that the hazard to navigation be removed from the water. Can you imagine not having radar and coming up on that at night?
We were glad to hit our anchorage at Faber Cove and put down the anchor. No Limits is anchored next to us and Tortuga is headed into the City Marina for a night or two. Life is good! Time to nap.