We had lunch at the Key Fisheries Market. Dave’s favorite is their seared tuna sandwich. And Brian loves tuna. So we had to go there. Jackie and I had shrimp quesadillas and Devyn had fried fish that was really fresh. Sitting outside on their deck, Jackie spotted a seahorse holding onto a floating stick. We watched it swim between the stick and some blades of grass. Pretty cool and rare to see.
We took advantage of having a car and went to Home Depot and the grocery store. At this point, all we needed to replenish was fresh milk, eggs, fruits, vegetables and bread while we could still get it. We have irradiated milk, powdered eggs, canned fruits and vegetables, some frozen breads and lots of flour, yeast, etc for making bread. We’re ready to be self sufficient.
After unloading and storing most everything, we went across the highway to a happy hour and invited the people that watched our boat while we were gone. We wanted to do something for them. Afterwards, we went back to the boat and one neighbor joined us. We sat in the cockpit enjoying more cocktails and snacks, with Dave cooking hotdogs later, too. Beautiful evening.
|Devyn, Jackie and Brian Killion on the windy old railroad bridge next to the 7 mile bridge