Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Jennis Bay

Tuesday morning at anchor in McLaughlin Islands was . . . dreary. Gray, cloudy, light mist, though still beautiful. We got a slow start, then meandered east in Drury Inlet to drop a prawn pot in a 260' deep hole. We drifted for an hour on one engine, then pulled the pot, and Bingo, prawns! 65 of them.

We dawdled into Jennis Bay marina (rustic, no electricity, no water, no garbage drop, but astonishingly good wifi!) and tied up for the night. 

It's a small, charming spot where the owner's 4-year-old daughter roams the dock and chimes "Permission to board!" and "Welcome to Jennis Bay!" as each boat arrives. 

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