Cruising with Soggy Paws
Soggy Paws is a 44' CSY Sailboat. In 2007, we set sail on a 10 year around the world cruise.
Thursday, May 31, 2007
In The Keys!!
We had a nice sail yesterday, outside from Ft. Lauderdale to Miami and then down Biscayne Bay. We spent the night at Pumpkin Key last night, and went out through Angelfish Creek at about 8am this morning. Followed the chart and the marked channel. Tide was nearly high, with about 1/2 knot of current running in. Lowest depth we saw was 7.3 feet. All the marks were there as charted.

We are now having a beautiful sail down Hawk Channel with reefed main and genoa. Rolling along at 6-7 knots. ETA Marathon about 6pm tonight. We'll be in Marathon at least thru Tuesday of next week.

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Anonymous S/V BELIEVE said...
Hi Sherry and Dave... We were probably anchored at Peck Lake when you went by. We were waiting for a weather window to cross; then our engine decided to, "blow"!
Now were are at home with a very sick engine and lots of provisions for 3 wks in the Bahamas!
Enjoying your blog! We also spent time in the Keys last year. We really loved Pumpkin and the Angelfish cut. Have a great time! Donna

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