We left Treasure Island Marina (see photo)(which was not very good) and cruised across St. Andrew's Bay to the Panama City Marina. It only took about an hour. Then it was laundry and engine work day. I think at last I found the oil pressure gage problem I discussed on Day 11. A bent connector on one of the oil pressure activated switches was shorted to ground. It wasn't the sender at all. However, now I know how to test a sender. We walked downtown where much is being done to restore the area. However, there are a lot of empty stores that need to be filled. Dinner tonight was at Capt Anderson's where Florida lobster was on sale for $12.95 as it was the last day they are open. We had a perfect view of the lunar eclipse from the boat. The restaurant closes from now to February 5th. Tomorrow we will leave early for Apalachicola. Monday we will get to Carrabelle. Our plan is to make the gulf crossing to Tarpon Springs Tuesday night and Wednesday. The dock master at the marina in Carrabelle is the expert and advises as to when it is best to cross.
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