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Elliott Cut leaving Charleston

Fighting against the current

Stono River

Stono River

Stono River

McKinley Washington Bridge

McKinley Washington Bridge

Tide marker to show bridge clearance, we need 60 feet to clear.

Wadmalaw River

Wadmalaw River

Wadmalaw River

Wadmalaw River

Wadmalaw River

Wadmalaw River

Wadmalaw River

Wadmalaw River

Wadmalaw River

Wadmalaw River

Cormorant drying on channel marker

Cold Skipper

Cold Skipper's mate

Ladies Swing Bridge, Beaufort, South Carolina

Port Royal Sound

Shrimp boat

Hilton Head Island

Exclusive marina with its own lock

Cooper River

Cooper River

Skidaway Narrows

Thunderbolt

Hope River

Heron fishing on bank

Moon River

Yes, the one from the song

Burnside River

St Catherine's Sound

Knotting works

Johnson Creek

Tug and dredger

Georgia Marshes

Georgia Islands

Georgia Islands

Georgia Islands

Range marker in channel

Brunswick River

Sidney Lanier Bridge

Brunswick Landing Marina

Brunswick Landing Marina

Brunswick Landing Marina

Damage to port side

Early morning fog on the East River, Brunswick

Sunset over Brunswick Landing Marina

Old Court House, Brunswick

Surrounded by old oak trees draped with lichens

The five flags flying over Brunswick Landing Marina

The five flags represent the Spanish, French, British, Georgia and USA flags that have flown over Brunswick in the past and present.

Fran and Lloyd shrimp boat

On board Fran and Lloyd shrimp boat

On board Fran and Lloyd shrimp boat

On board Fran and Lloyd shrimp boat

Rusty the diver and Marcus, skipper

On board Fran and Lloyd shrimp boat heading up General's Cut

This is a canal built by slaves in the 19th century to enable the plantation to export rice more easily.

On board Fran and Lloyd shrimp boat

Rusty

Fishing fleet in Derrian

Fran and Lloyd

Jelly Balls in brine

Jelly fish are caught and pickled in brine, then dried and exported to Asia as a delicacy! Pure protein.

Jelly Balls pickling in brine

Jelly Balls - different species of jelly fish

Sidney Lanier Bridge on the Brunswick River

Antiques as seen in Woodbine, Georgia

St Mary's Mardi Gras

Our first mardi gras - unfortunately in the rain. Golf car floats distributing glass beads to everyone.

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

With Gordon and Bobbie Blowers

St Mary's Mardi Gras

Geoff and Bobbie

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

St Mary's Mardi Gras

Traditional architecture in St Mary's

Traditional architecture in St Mary's

Traditional architecture in St Mary's

Day of departure from Brunswick

Gordon and Bobbie Blowers

Dream On passing St Simon's Island

Heading out to the Atlantic

Vero Beach, Florida

Safely secured to a mooring buoy in Vero Beach after our 270 mile run from Brunswick

Vero Beach, Florida

View of Vero Beach harbour from the mast

Vero Beach, Florida

Vero Beach harbour seen from the Merril Barber bridge

Vero Beach, Florida

John and Mikki Powers outside their beautiful house in Vero Beach

Vero Beach Turtle

These turtles are sponsored by businesses and painted and decorated.

Vero Beach Turtles

Vero Beach Turtles

Vero Beach Turtles

Vero Beach Turtles

Vero Beach Turtles

Vero Beach Turtles

Vero Beach Turtles

Vero Beach Turtles

Vero Beach

Back on the ICW heading south

11 bridges in one day!

House on the ICW in the Palm Beach area

Houses on the ICW Ft Lauderdale area

Las Olas Marina

We picked up the last mooring ball here

Las Olas Marina

Las Olas Marina

Ft Lauderdale house on the ICW

Fort Lauderdale

House on the river.

Iguana

4 foot iguana on the dock strolling past Dream On.

Iguana

This 4 foot iguana was keen to make sure that we had a photo of his best side.

 

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