Sunday, 18 Oct. 2015 Sunbury, GA

Traveled 52 miles on the ICW, turned off at mile 620 proceeded 8 miles across the St, Catherine Sound and up the Medway River to Sunbury Crab Co.  The Waterway Guide said this is “Key West just a whole lot closer”.

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Departed Cooper Creek anchorage back on the ICW headed south.

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Container ship going down Savannah River, glad it passed before we crossed,  note how the cold 51* wind is blowing the grass.

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Crossing the Savannah River.

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Along the ICW.

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Two more bridges.

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A Savannah Marina wow!

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Miles of open flats then marina’s filled with boats.

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Bridge inspection or repair.

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Pastrami sandwich for lunch, by our ever creative Captain (or cabin boy Bob).

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A little chillier today on these big bays.

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Crossing St. Catherine’s Sound with a view of the Atlantic Ocean off the bow.

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Sail boat coming and going.

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Medway River note the demise of this vessel……guess that Skipper should have attended Captain Bob’s Trawler School.

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Pulling up to Sunbury Crab Co. Marina and Restaurant.

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Putting out the anchor snubber before liberty is granted.

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Boiled crabs, shrimp and whiskey sours makes a good mix for a wonderful evening.

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Captain and his first mate.

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“This place is funky, ecclectric and fun.”

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Heading back to the “Miami Mermaid” for the evening.

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First mate redoing the hook for the “Ding-A-Ling”.  One more chore before we can rest.

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