Tuesday, April 12, 2011
In St. Augustine
Had a very interesting transit from Miami to St. Augustine. The first part of the trip was so benign that I had to run the engine at idle to keep Reboot pointed in the right direction. Then, just about 5 miles from St. Augustine I got one of those Florida/Georgia thunderboomers. Of course the jib jammed and the main sail didn't come down right so it was one of those days. Then the thunderstorm passed and I got into St. Augusitine. I am now sitting on a mooring ball. I am going down to see Bill (KI4MMZ) and then out to dinner with Ed and Claudia.
Here is a new twist on my cruising experience... Bali volcano: Thousands evacuated, travel advisory issued as Mt Agung threatens to erupt - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
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