Excited to be close to a three-day rest at Green Turtle Bay Marina we woke to heavy fog that would not burn off for three hours after our scheduled departure time. However the fog created its own beauty as the boats we were anchoredwith, and the morning sun, would dodge in and out of view due to the varying thickness of the fog moving through.
Finally when the fog finally burned off all five of us pulled anchor and headed to Lock 52 only to wait another two hours for a tug and his barges to lock through the ancient lock. Lock 52 and 53 are bing replaced by one brand new lock that is due to be completed in a few years. It’s a good thing since Lock 52 is extremely slow filling up with water, functional but very slow.