Much of our route today followed the Indian River section of the Intracoastal Waterway. The tide line- where the Indian River and the Fort Pierce Inlet waters meet- is clearly visible. The river water is much browner than the Atlantic.
Not sure what there folks in their rubber overalls are doing.
This plane is spraying for mosquitoes- hoping to keep the Zika virus away??
I enjoy watching the pelicans scout the water and then dive headfirst to grab (or miss) a fish.
This is our third overnight stay in this anchorage, and there are several reasons why we like it so well: first, we pass through a swing bridge named Mathers Bridge just south of us. Second, its a protected, quiet spot. Wind doesn't bother us in here. Third, free entertainment. This area is heavily used by rowers in every size boat from single person to 20 rowers and a coxswain. Schools here have crew teams, and rowing clubs are abundant. We love to watch the rowers, who range in age from children to people our age.
And then there are the beautiful sunrises, like this morning's.
We love being surrounded by nature's beauty!