We said goodbye to Green Turtle Bay and traveled south on Kentucky Lake.
The sun came out and Andy started working on his winter tan- hopefully it is a tan as he usually burns in the summer.
We went about 28 Nautical miles and turned in to Ginger Bay- very picturesque!Our anchorageThere were thousands of little silver fish jumping, so I thought I’d get in the dinghy and see if I could catch one to get a better look. The captain didn’t trust me to come back so he kept me tethered to the Mother ship! But there was no shopping here!!
The evening sunsetWe had company the next morning- one lone bird and all those little silver fish jumping.
Went to start the engines this morning and only the starboard engine would turn over, problems with either the cranking battery or alternator. We traveled 13 miles to Paris Landing Marina, where we have power and can re-charge the batteries- hopefully. We’ve also booked a mechanic to come take a look tomorrow.
I surprised Andy Let you post the picture of him. Did you catch any fish?
Hopefully you get that engine start issue sorted
Yeah, you gotta have those batteries and alternators up to snuff so you can stay in some of those secluded Bays. I would LOVE that. It’s like going to Wells Harbour or The Manigatoggan River here at home. Looks Gorgeous.
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Don wanted to point out that Twylla is getting to sit on the Captains Dingy