Yes, I should be working on our taxes, but we are having issues with our Navi-Nut version 2.0. It wasn't tracking well. I have been on the phone with techs all morning trying to resolve it - my head is spinning. One tech even had the nerve to say, Mrs. Smith "you should try the Navi-WingNut. I heard it is more for beginners" - smartass geeks!
It seems all of our systems had us charted on land yesterday.
In the interim the captain has fired up our old Navi-Nut DOS system. But it's painfully slow and can't tell you where you have been or where you are going. It also takes up most of the helm station.
On a lighter note - yesterday we traveled thru a section of the Intracostal Waterway called the Waccamaw River. The waterway guide describes it this way. "The Waccamaw River, deep to it's wooded banks, is possibly the most scenic part of the ICW route. Moss-draped cypresses line its side streams, and turtles can be seen sunning themselves along the shore. Wildflowers of all descriptions grow in cypress stumps, and the water looks like tea."
It was all of that and then some.
an other sights from yesterday
Even the dock is purple!
I know, sorry - another lighthouse.
On a positive note - yesterday afternoon we picked up speed - allowing us to get to our anchorage at Calabash Creek - North Carolina at a reasonable hour.
Day 4 of no land - please let's play!
Running out of suggestions.
Then when you think they are sleeping because they are quiet and not bugging you....
Orangey - well at least we got a couple of weeks out of you and yes, - it's all about getting the squeaker out.
Trying to convince Izzy this morning to use her tray - seriously - land is right there!
Well it looks like we are up and running - it appears there was a glitch in the operating system.
Time to get working on the taxes.