29 January 2015

• #22: Islamorada Journal 2015…29 JAN “Wind Coming To An End…Hopefully!”

Wind has been the whole story.

We've been unable to get out on the water for six days now, however, it appears to be letting up and Wayne and I hope to get some fishing in on Friday.

Not that it's been such a great loss as the fishing has not been great. We're all hoping that the week of winds and chilly temperatures has changed the situation and that we'll be into fish big time tomorrow.

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Granddaughter Caroline finished well up in her age group at the archery nationals this past summer.


Cousin Bob of Former Glory Racing at speed at Lime Rock Park last September.


Thursday's sunset


Palm tree flapping in 25 kt winds


Wind messed up the arrangement of chairs on the sand.


We joined Wayne and Linda for dinner at the Lorelei on Friday evening.


Yellowtail snapper.


Portobello "burger."


Red-winged blackbird would have liked to get into our sandwiches.


Grilled mahi with sweet potato fries.


Blackened mahi with the Lorelei home-made chips.

Tell Zachary that we didn't have any of the crab legs, so there should be plenty for him when he gets here.



Shoo-Fly is ready to go on Friday.


Toward sunset, on Thursday.

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