)On the way at 8am and went until 6pm covering 70 miles in 10 hours arriving at Brunswick Land Marina in Georgia.
Birds were in abundance today from pelicans to sea gulls.
Trawlers passing us on Front River of the ICW.
Beautiful island on Front River and the “Sea Wagon” passing us.
Looks like another trawler caught Captain Bob while we were eating lunch in the salon.
Dead center in the Mouth of Brunswick River opening to the ocean with high winds and three foot seas we developed an electrical problem and had to call TowBoat US.
Meeting a large RoRo Vessel (car carrier) in the Brunswick River.
Scenes on the way to Brunswick Land Marina.
Captain Bob assisted Jerry (retired Coast Guard engineer-once a snipe always a snipe) with the electrical repairs. Test ran engine, satisfactory. Then spent the rest of the evening doing laundry at the marina, then ZZZZZZzzzzz.