Monday, March 1, 2010
The Keys on the inside
No matter how many times we visit the Keys the water is always such a pleasure. We spend most of our time on the Chesapeake Bay so, in contrast, these waters are a standout. Some will say that the Keys are as close to the Bahamas while still in the US.
We dropped the dingy and went exploring. But first we had to get some gas. This marina had ethanol free gas which is preferable for outboard motors. Once past the bridge were a series of mangroves with small openings that allowed us to putter through.
Posted by John and Jeannie Coyle at 6:25 AM