Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) Passage

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Greetings family and friends!
Steve has finally allowed me to write on the blog!
We started our ICW passage on March 28th, leaving Galveston Bay behind.
It is a steady riverlike passage with numerous barges to pass, lowland marshes, flatlands and full cypress-lined areas. Some beautiful areas, some fairly boring, but it kept us out of the high winds and seas in the Gulf.
We anchored every night in a place off the ICW, shared our dinner meal, planned for the next part of our trip, then slept.  We motored the entire way and had to manage bridge heights and locks for change in water depths, current, and shallow banks.  We definitely did not think we would be in the ICW for such a long stay, but at least we are safe.DSC06045
Wanted to share a few of my favorite pictures.DSC06056

 

God bless you all and keep us in your prayers!  Love and hugs from Louisiana!

 

One thought on “Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) Passage

  1. love those pictures….I know this has been a tough time for you both…
    you will soon be on your way.. and you got to spend times with your friends and all the good cooking…
    all ok here… love and hugs MOM

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