Our plan for today was to have everything finished by noon and for us to cast off for other ports but “Murphy” was at work making our plans futile. So today was another just like most of the days we spent here in St. Augustine (sunny and 25C). All we could do was amuse ourselves with small tasks and visiting with other transient boaters. The people next to us came from Europe (Germany) in 2006 and most recently from Cape Cod. More Canadians here than ever as the snow-boaters head to the Bahamas. Marg has been enjoying the dolphins. They like to come up the rivers in low tide and feed on the small fish. Tomorrow, early (7am) we will leave for Daytona Beach.
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The web site looks great, Paul and Marg. We’re all mighty jealous of your adventures over at New Dundee but wishing you the best in your travels.
Rae and Dundee Staff
Hi New Dundee! Thanks for the note, Rae – great to hear from you guys! I’m sure everybody’s counting the days til the Christmas break – hang in there!! Glad you’re enjoying our blog – thanks for travelling with us! Marg