While we were in the ocean, Wink and Wilma could see this large vessel, looking a lot like a city about 10-15 miles ahead of us. We're glad we saw it in the day time.Sea Dee is anchoring in Lake Worth behind Peanut Island.The view from north of our boat in bay behind Peanut Island near the Lake Worth Inlet.
This view is to the right of the picture above. The inlet curves in around behind the trees on the right.
Immediately after anchoring in the south staging area of Lake Worth Inlet, Wink and Wilma set about doing their daily boat chores, plus Wilma prepped the boat for “Silent Running”. Wilma calls it “Silent Running” because just in case the weather is bad, she wants the boat to be quiet instead of stuff crashing around. Everything has a place and usually nothing is in the right place until “Silent Running” is initiated.
We had a small dinner, changed our cell phone greeting to let people know that we are out of the country for the next 3-4 months. We had a great view of Lake Worth Inlet and looking around I remind myself that “There’s always a Bigger Boat out there!”
A View to the Southeast of Lake Worth Inlet. The Bigger Boat.