It has been a busy few days here in Marathon. The winds are howling around 22 knots through our anchorage.
But we are able to play catchup on a few minor repairs. I am also getting some cleaning done. On this map below in the red shows all the small craft advisory. At the tip of Florida where we are, the green shows it is also raining.
Everyday we have been taking our water jugs into town and filling them. We are trying to keep our water tank somewhat full. Lol.. I need to create a funnel so when it rains I can collect the rain water in the water tank. Last night we made an extra trip into the dingy doc for water. This was our view as we headed back. All the little lights you see are sailboats mast lights. They have to be on at night even when people are on a mooring ball. Because interestingly enough, Colregs International regulations apply within the harbor!
We went to Sombrero reef snorkeling. We had the GoPro camera in its case, and Bryce jumped in. But it was not the waterproof case. It was destroyed by the salt water, so only a few Picts with cell phone.
I don’t know if you can see it but this is a jellyfish it almost clear looking. When we were snorkeling I saw little bubbles and they were baby jellyfish. Pretty cool🐟
Everyday we see kayakers and fishing boats pass us by here in sister creek. Typically dozens of kayaks head into the Mangroves.