|Our new friend Vinny!|
We continued down some shallow water until we made it to the Yankee Clipper Marina (basically slips behind a dental office). There were tons of boats all along, seemed like they were behind peoples houses or something, it left a very little passageway for us to go through. We're staying here for about a week since Johns sister and niece and brother-in-law live here. Matt's (John's sister Alison's husband) cousin sells insurance to this dental office so he got us a sweet deal. We tried to dock in slip 17 which they had assigned us. Not even half the boat fit in this slip. I had to do a ninja jump to get off the boat at the front to tie us up. We decided this was not a good place for us so we decided to find a bigger one and hope for the best.
|Going super far inland|
|The definition of a house boat|
We managed to dock and the gate was locked to get out, but luckily a little boy on his bike had come to chat with us and showed me a trick on how to open it (this is of course I had already jumped over the fence like a criminal). For dinner I made guacamole since the fridge had been off for a few days so there was nothing to eat that had to be refrigerated, but it was delicious all the same.