This is a little one, we would become friends with these guys as you seem to travel together for several days.
This smoke greeted us in Freeport. What the heck is it?
The Admiral providing a little relief to the Captain on the way to Galveston.
A train had just gone by and the Galveston Causeway railway bridge opened just in time for us to pass.
Harbor House, a great little Marina right downtown Galveston by the Strand
Raptors were everywhere along the Boliver Island portion of the ICW, the Admiral is getting a lot better with her new camera.
This is the Taylor Bayou Channel where anchored for the night, a wide, long channel but we anchored off to the side just in case some traffic came by in the middle of the night.
The Port Arthur refineries...really lit up the night.
Several Admirals mentioned to Lynn that doing laundry was what they disliked the most about cruising, so I will do the laundry. Since this marina had a washer/dryer I gathered up the clothes and went immediately to get that done before I bought a pack of beer!
Avg.speed 6.0 knts. , 60 degrees sunny, 5-10 N winds, underway 7:04hrs., 42.5Km.