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From Mile Hammock Bay, the scenery was rather boring.  As you can see, shipmate "Lat" is really impressed too.
We decided to take a break at Southport, North Carolina.  We had been travelling with Two by Two and the skipper's back was giving him real grief. Len needed a chiropractor to do some "Adjustments."
The weather was lousy and we were tired.
The marina has great facilities. We fuelled, watered, did laundry and gave the boat a good scrub down.  Southport has a great restaurant here called "Fish Tales."  Portions were large and prices normal - we pigged out.
They have an interesting way of storing boats using a forklift and racks.  You call ahead of time, they put it in the water.  When you're done, you tie the boat at the dock, leave and they put it up back on the rack.
We left Southport and moved on to Calabash Creek were we spent a foggy night behind marker R2.  Lots of shrimp boaters all night.
Underway again, we wandered through cottage country South Carolina style.
How's this for easy living?
Not too shabby either!
After a long day of really shallow water and several near groundings, we pulled into Awendaw Creek.  We had double "Sundowners."