Friday, March 23rd we got underway again, Eastward past the city of Fort Myers.
One liveaboard vessel was quite unique. The mannequins sprawling all over the outside looked real from a distance.
The Caloosahatchee River runs Eastward from Fort Myers toward Lake Okeechobee.
We stopped for the night at a small cove just before Franklin Lock, the first lock on the Okeechobee Waterway.
On Day 23 we made 26 nautical miles, for a trip total of 1345 miles.
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