|Skies to the east|
|Skies to the west and one should see land.|
|Stingray Point Lighthouse|
We arrived at Doziers Regatta Point Marina in Deltaville. Deltaville is one of those towns that has many more boats than it has people. This Marina is well appointed. Once we got snug in our slip, we borrowed one of their courtesy cars to go into the little town about 4 miles away. The Table was our first stop. At the marina they told us they had good pastries and that they had other foods to eat in or take out. After one look at the meatloaf, John was sold. So we took a meatloaf which we finished cooking in our oven on the boat, some potato salad, two brownies, and some fresh out of the oven sourdough bread. The clerk asked if we wanted some of their famous honey butter with that. How could we say no? The meatloaf was fantastic and we each have serving left for lunch tomorrow. The sourdough was excellent and the honey butter was perfect on it.
Our next stop was the grocery store, that was small but had everything we needed, milk, fruit, etc. You are not supposed to drive the courtesy car past the grocery. It has the Doziers logo on the side and my guess is everyone in town knows that. The last stop was the Ace hardware to find a little mat for John to put his shoes on in the salon, so I don't trip on them. It seems to work. The shoes are there and not right by the door.
Heading back to the marina, we saw Lovers Lane. John got the picture. He is so romantic.
Long 76 degrees 18.79 West