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We’ve been in Wilmington since Wednesday evening. It’s been a busy few days. We’ve pulled off the fuel injection pump, visited USS North Carolina (BB-55), and made a trek to one of the pillars of Eastern North Carolina BBQ. Here … Continue reading
All is well on Hurrah. We are off Charleston and headed slightly east of north. we can’t fetch the entrance to Wilmington yet. Later this afternoon, the wind should veer around to the south and put us right on course. … Continue reading
We are having a good day 2 of the passage from Fort Pierce. With winds from N to NE, we are tacking in and out of the stream. It is a little lumpy, but so far we are all happy … Continue reading
After spending the week so far shopping, eating, and working on boat projects, we spent today touring a bit of Fort Pierce. Fort Pierce served as the base and training ground for the units that became the Navy SEALs. So, … Continue reading
A few views from the passage from Warderick Wells to Fort Pierce.
We landed at Harbortown marina in Fort Pierce surrounded by towering power boats. This is a sight unseen by us for a long time.