Monday, Anchorage in Panther Bay/Spring Cove at Mile 60.2 on the Tennessee River: We enjoyed this anchorage so much we decided to stay a 2nd day. We put the dinghy in the water and did some exploring.
|Tennessee Fish Bate|
|The entrance to Kentucky Dam Marina in daylight|
|The "Red" light that doesn't light up in the dark|
|Doe and her fawn|
|Kim Jo III at anchorage in Spring Cove|
CO's comments: I bet this is very good deer hunting country. Both days we saw deer scampering about at the waters edge. On our dinghy ride we saw deer in several different areas. Most of them were does with fawns.
Tuesday, Panther Bay/Spring Cover on the Tennessee River, to Pebble Isle Marina, New Johnsonville, TN: We had a short day so we didn't get going until 09:00. The river was very calm and smooth, the sky was blue, and there was a gentle breeze; just perfect. We feel very fortunate to be back on the Tennessee River. We got to our marina by 13:30 and our annual slip was not available yet so they put us in a temporary covered slip until the other boater moves out. A covered slip in this heat makes a world of difference. It is at least 20 degrees cooler under cover.
Co's comments: The XO is in dire straights. We are under so much metal that our TV antenna will not work. This will be a few days of reading books, which is OK with me.