My ankle survived both walks with the help of icing before and after. Both days were lazy ones with small chores and lots of sitting. We decided to change the view Sunday afternoon so motored on along the lake to another deep cove with no structures in site on 3 sides. As we cruised the short distance to Dry Creek, we spotted 6 looper boats cruising together seemingly just exiting the Pickwick lock and heading to a near by marina. No fancy marina life for us, we prefer the quiet of a cove when we can! No pictures of those boats because the distance and lack of light made for poor conditions.
Today started with fog but the sun won out and we had a lovely day in our new cove.
Passed by State line Island on our port so we thought we had passed into Alabama on our way to see the nearby marina and take our daily walk. But found the address to Grand Harbor Marina is still in Tennessee. Turns out we ran along the border and did momentarily pass into Alabama today.
At this point if you turn to starboard (right) you will enter the Tenn-Tom waterway to go south to Mobile, AL. We will be staying to port to continue on the Tennessee River to head to Joe Wheeler State park next week. Today we turned right to find the marina. Heading away from the marina
we see a very large tow taking a very slow turn to starboard to head to Mobile.
Back in our cove we find a new neighbor, a Nordic Tug, which happens to be one of AL's favorite trawlers and would be perfect for us if they were made with a fly bridge . Spent some quiet time on our fly bridge soaking up the warmth at the end of the evening.
Capt'n Al here. Had a nice BWhaler ride in Victory Lap, walked, Jane served a perfect lunch, napped. A great day.