Left North Lanier Island

Before we left John thought it a good idea to pickle the watermaker.  So we left about 11:00 and headed across Altamaha Sound.

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Came across the same tug and barge as yesterday.DSC00742.JPG

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So check this out on the right hand side of this pic and you see the dolphin coming up out of the water.  Saw a few as we were coming to our next anchorage.  Had a few boats behind us that anchored on the side to wait for Slack Water or high tide.  It does look shallow but John the captain did not make a repeat of yesterday.

We did come up to a shrimp boat that was stuck and asked if we could pass and he said he was high and dry no water there when we said we draw 3 feet he said go for it.

Continued on mud river to North River and the shallowest we saw was 3.6 feet plus 2. DSC00752.JPG

This is probably the last we I will see of dolphins.

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So we pulled into Duplin River  Little Sapelo Island to anchor for the nite.

 

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