We watched the approaching squall line for the better part of an hour. Both the radar on Sara Rose a 72' Hatteras Motoryacht and my ATT equipped lap top showed we were loosing ground to the weather and the accompany lighting strikes.
The trouble with traveling the ICW is sometimes there is no where to run and often you run out of water, escape choices or routes.
On this day we pressed on. Familiar waters along Young's Island and high tide made the choice easy and soon we were back in the joyous warmth of a spring afternoon in the Low Country.