August 15, 2008
It is now 1230 hrs on the 15th and we are tied up against the pier at Charleston City Marina. Diana as at the helm all the way through the channel, right up to the point we entered the marina. Then she turned it over to the captain. The crew is busy cleaning and reorganizing the boat. It is amazing how in just two days half of what one brings, ends up misplaced. During all the excitement, I forgot to report some other nice things we experienced. We saw a couple dolphins on their own, and then saw a pod of about 15. We also saw some flying fish. As we entered the main channel to Charleston, there were several dolphins swimming around a fishing vessel (probably a shrimp boat) and who appeared to be going in and out of the nets eating the booty.
Showers are the order of the day and the next priority for everybody.