Passage to Charleston

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The forecast was showing the beginning of a settled trend for good sailing northward.  We, by that I mean Rob, hauled the the dingy aboard to secure it to the deck.  I helped by documenting his work.  Not wanting to give you the wrong impression, I will state here that I’m often at that winch; to haul Rob up the mast and to move the outboard to and from the dingy as it sits in the water.  I’m a hard working crew member.  By the evening, we were ready to pass through the Bridge of Lions at a 7:00 opening next morning. Two other sailboats were heading out the St. Augustine inlet at the same time.  It was a good day to sail. Local knowledge advised not making a turn north until reaching the sea buoy to avoid running into … Continued