Sunday, October 27, 2013

Today we traveled 66 miles and locked through the Ortona and Franklin Locks.  In the past six days we've traveled a total of 417 miles from Jacksonville to Cape Coral, Florida.  The landscape changed to orange groves and beautiful farms with alpacas, cows and horses.  The captain even saw a baby gator swimming today.  We're glad to be home.

Say Good-Bye is still for sale and will be listed with a broker in a few weeks and will be shown in a boat show on November 14 on the Riverfront in Ft. Myers.

Here are some of today's photos:

Fog on the Caloosahatchee Canal this morning

Entering Ortona Lock

A family out on a pontoon boat for a day on the water

Along the Caloosahatchee

Alva Bridge

A seaplane lands on the Caloosahatchee River

The seaplane touches down


A horse farm

North Ft. Myers

Our home stretch - Penguin Canal

Tonight's back yard -- home at last!


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