Look, up in the sky ... no look REALLY hard ... there's a black dot in the top right hand side of our sunset tonight. It's Fat Albert, really, the REAL Fat Albert! Fat Albert is a blimp employed by the US to spy on Cuba or some such important task. But for Easter, Fat Albert is telling all of you & us HAPPY EASTER! :)
And while we're looking for tiny objects in photos, look between the two power poles on the distant north side of US 1 going across Bahia Honda and you'll see a mast ... on a sailboat, that would be us. Almost in the middle of the photo WAY in the distance! We sailed bayside to Bahia Honda, a state park that has an anchorage sheltered from the strong south winds today. We were concerned because every cruising guide says deep draft boats can't sail on the north side (bayside) of the Keys. Well, we only made it 13 miles, but we made it. Just in time for Easter ... a long walk on the Bahia Honda beach ... reported by some to be one of the best in the US ... and then ice cream instead of an Easter basket.
And lest you think we might be lonely, a lone boat in that vast sea of islands ... the dolphins are keeping us company along with their buddies, the sea turtles, and we're having a blast. Now if the wind wasn't going to switch to the North on Tuesday late... ;( But we'll enjoy it a day at a time since that seems to be what Mother Nature (and Mother Ocean) is giving us this year. HAPPY EASTER!