Shortly after our arrival, the skies once again filled with full bellied rolling clouds that marched over our heads like an army.
Bruce busied himself with zipping in the enclosure panels we had taken out to allow more air circulation. It's the time of year when we would have thought we would be leaving them rolled up in the v-berth, but with the daily deluge, it's nice to have a dry(ish) cockpit from which to manage the anchor watch.
We kept swinging back and forth, sometimes in his path... other times not. We had our engine running and were on high alert. Luckily we could see that there was someone on deck. We just hoped that he could get it under control in time...
There wasn't a lot going on, but then it's Sunday morning... maybe we're out early and things will pick up.
I would not normally rave about a market, but this unassuming looking little place is a must-see on anyone's trip up the coast...
It had a remarkably eclectic collection of foods from other countries and the produce and meat markets were fresh. Prices on these were also about half of what we've been paying in the Publix stores... HALF! We bought some necessities and picked up two nice pieces of fish. We have only bought fish one other time in Florida due to the ridiculous high prices... We will enjoy these dinners!
We had a small shower in the evening but nothing like the night before.
If you have the time to stop here, a short visit is well worth it.