All was well until we were met by a boat with flashing lights just outside of the inlet. Apparently we had stumbled into an area where the Navy was conducting "surface maneuvers". There were no ships to be seen, so I can only assume there were submariners involved. We dutifully changed course and skirted the zone. After a bridge opening, we dropped anchor into a quiet Lake Sylvia, sharing the anchorage with around ten other boats.
Today, it was time to replace the anchor light bulb.
We plan to stay here another day to watch the weekend show. Then, probably Sunday, it will be back out the inlet and then north, to Lake Worth Inlet, on our way to meet up with friends in Stuart. The weather continues to hold.
I did my share of holding today. And Carol did her share of winching. Tomorrow, we may both be recovering.