Left Destin this morning and headed into the roughest water so far. Seas were 2-4 ft out of the east with wind gust to 30mph. We’re “Old Salts” now. It’s routine to know which lamps to lay on the beds with pillows on top of them to keep them from falling. Waves over the bow and the bell ringing more often than the Salvation Army’s (‘tis the Season)!
It was fun. We are now at Baytowne Marina at Sandestin Resort. First thing we see is “Bet Sea” the Bobo’s boat 2 slips down and “Lady Lauren” the Steven’s boat! Nice to see familiar LGYC boats about! Baytowne Wharf and Sandestin are like “Disneyworld for Adults”. Quaint villages, shops, restaurants, nature trails, golf courses, beach areas, etc. There are trams that run constantly, but we biked everywhere. After eating more seafood in the last month than I ever thought possible for one person to consume, we totally enjoyed Jim and Nick’s BBQ for supper. 60 miles to go tomorrow to Baypoint Marina in Panama City. That’s 6 hours on the water. Hope it’s a nice day!!!!