The Port St. Joe Marina is at the heart of Florida's Forgotten Coast, on the eastern shore of pristine St. Joseph Bay on Florida's northwest Gulf Coast. Located between Panama City and Apalachicola, Florida, we are a favorite for transient boaters making their way along Florida's Intracoastal Waterway, not only because of our convenient location with all major shopping within two blocks, but because of the friendly staff and boaters that make the Port St. Joe Marina their home.
So how could we not stop here? After pulling in we hooked our hose to the fresh water outlet and gave Viridian a good washdown to get all the salt spray off and try to stay ahead of the cleaning task. Next we walked into town to do some exploring, found a Piggly Wiggly and loaded up on crossing comfort food. I also got a jig good for catching Pompano. We will see.
That's the news and here's the views:
We are here
Our 47 mile cruise from Panama City, FL to Port St, Joe, FL.
|Viridian ready to depart Panama City Marina, FL|
|We found that bagel shop again this morning at PC. Must counter the exercise somehow|
|T'is the Season|
|Leaving West Bay and that ever present wind for more protected canal route|
|Houses along the canal|
George likes to take pictures of junk on the side of the intracoastal waterway
We have no idea that this thing is or what it does
Looks like some kind of nightmare boat
The long and non-winding path to St. Joe
All this stuff is for sale if anyone is interested
Just lasso that piling
Dogs find Meg
Looking for that elusive "green flash" right at sunset