The weather is starting to warm up and we are focusing on some of the outdoor work needing attention. Yesterday the boat got scrubbed from the panels on down to the gunwales. Today, the free boards. We are tucked in behind an L shaped peninsula giving us relief from most of the winds.
Radar likes to help Carter with the anchor duties. The entire process seems to fascinate him.
The marina is behind this building.
And there's a tiki bar off to the side.
I love the artwork!
Pirates Cove is actually Robert's Bayou located in Josephine, Alabama.
I took these pictures of our anchorage this morning when there is very little boat traffic. There is a boat launch just around the corner to the right which means we have quite a bit of traffic throughout the day, but it's mostly just small fishing boats and is not a problem for us.
This beauty anchored for the night last night right beside us. They were in the process of leaving when I snapped this shot early this morning.
This is a state park that I take Radar for his shore leave. All in all, Pirates Cove is a very nice place to get some quiet time in. Although all shopping is approximately 15 miles away in Foley and Elberta, there are some generous folks in the marina willing to loan us their vehicle. We've got a couple more projects to accomplish here and then it will be time to move on towards Tallahassee.