Yikes! We have been transported to a very small Greek island and are tied up in the Demopolis Yacht Basin. Everyone speaks English, they offer a courtesy car, golf cars, a pool and free WiFi, not too shabby.
Just Kidding of course, Demopolis, AL the last full service marina before Mobile. It's the stopping off place for the final 216 mile push. We learned this morning that LB's mast starts its trip south this Friday and will be there Monday, so we are now more focused on getting there ourselves.
The trip through the Ten-Tom Waterway was more interesting and less stressful than anticipated. Little to no current to help or hurt so we puttered along a 7.5 mph. I changed to mph because the charts are in miles and it's easier not converting. Still see a few bald eagles, lots of herons and egrets. Yesterday a Kingfisher attempted to land on LB, chose the bow pulpit which was still wet with dew and couldn't hang on. Alice got really excited; these are amazing little birds with rather large bills. One evening at anchor we watched one as it dove from a tree over and over catching small fish. It was doing a whole lot better than captain Bob.
More of the cliffs