Pelican Harbor – Provisioning

We are here in Miami, right in the center of it all. This is wild. We dont know anyone here.Β  The vibe is very Latin and exudes energy. I love it. We have a slip here for a month, so we are going to do as much as we can. Go Go Go everyday. Within the time we are here we hope enjoy the marina. Its close to everything.Β  Oh and then there are the birds! Lots of birds. This is actually a bird sanctuary. Very cool. Gotta love sanctuary’s. So every morning we are greeted with a morning chirp that turns into a choir of chaos. With the early rise, we take morning runs through town. Then its provisioning, and tackling our long lists. Boy do we have alot of different lists. List for emergency items, marine, food, lots engine products, generator maintenance items, xtra everything,Β  I could keep going, you get the idea. We organize ourselves into a project, assign our tasks, and start hammering in down. The progression has begun~ Go go go!

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