Rocky said they usually start work early in the morning, take a break during the heat of the day, then work into the evening. So as soon as I woke up, I decided to head to the bathroom. We can’t use the head on our boat when we are “on the hard”. About 8:00, they moved our boat to our “parking spot” for a couple months. They put 12 boat stands under our boat to support it and then took away the slings. It’s kind of nerve wracking to watch. But they did a great job. Then they brought a ladder that was more like a set of stairs with a railing for us to get on and off the boat.
|no more clear blue water :(|
|moving the boat through the boat yard|
|slotting it in between 2 other boats|
|bringing in the boat stands|
|they place the stands where needed (we trust them)|
|the owner of the boatyard, Rocky, adjusting the stand|
|chaining the stands together across from each other|
|taking away the straps-need more than fingers crossed|
|free standing on the boat stands|
|moving our dinghy to under our bow|
|bringing us our ladder/stairs|
|our view from the stern|
|prop looked pretty clean|
|corrosion on the stern tube|
We are only about an hour’s drive from where our mail is held, so we wanted to drive to Green Cove Springs to pick it up. They could forward it to us, but there were a couple packages and that gets expensive. Since we had a car, it would be a fun drive.
After Enterprise picked us up, took us to their office and checked us into our car, we drove right to a little BBQ spot we saw along side the road. We missed Georgia BBQ. It was a little take out place only open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. So we were glad we stopped while we had a car.
We hit several large stores looking for the air conditioner first. While I was waiting outside of the Sears store, I made room reservations for us at La Quinta. We wanted a little welcome home time to regroup with a nice shower and big bed.