The last few days we’ve been meandering south from Charleston, SC where we spent one night. We had a planned set of anchorages heading south toward St. Simons, Island where we are going to visit Rick’s 1st grade buddy. Of course one can only execute such a plan based on short term weather. As we always do, we listen to the National Weather Service on the VHF radio daily. Hearing that a cold snap was coming along with 20 – 30 mph winds, and rain were headed our way, we moved the plan ahead. So we anchored on the next night and then ran the following day to a little marina we had visited when we brought the boat home. The weather guys are again right … it’s cold and very windy.
We will be in this marina for two days, waiting out the weather. The wind is blowing hard and the rain is coming. So we decided to have a down day in this marina in North Georgia, in a funky little creek called Kilkenny, behind Ossabaw Island, GA! The cool thing about this marina is that it probably hasn’t changed in 100 years, I’m not sure if that includes the docks. There are live oak trees with Spanish moss hanging on them that look to be hundreds of years old.