We were ready to roll by 10:00am. They used the fork lift to put our dinghy back on the davits. Just as they were going to lift it, we decided to take the cover off. I grabbed it and started pulling it off and had a surprise. A mouse jumped up, bounce off my chest and ran away. I squeaked from the surprise, but the guys in the boat yard were impressed. One said his wife would have peed her pants.
It’s always scary, but exiting to see them lift and move your boat. After they set it in the water, we made sure the engine was running smoothly and checked to be sure we weren’t taking on any water. All systems were go.
|bringing our boat through the boat yard
|the launching part of the dock
|bringing the boat out over the water. not much lee way
|looks pretty good
|lowering into the water, then we climb aboard
|Here we go!!
We could see the wild horses on Cumberland Island as we passed the shoreline. We planned to tour the island the next day.
|wild horses on the beach of Cumberland Island