Jim has finally entered Georgia and is rowing through the Cumberland National Seashore, a very remote section of the ICW. I am hoping he gets to see their famous wild horses!!! This portion of the ICW poses a new set of challenges, or at least we thought, since there are no marinas. There are areas where he could anchor but he is mostly in marsh territory which means very limited opportunities to be on land. It looked like Jim was going to spend his first night on the boat without being able to get off! Jim, however, spotted a dock after miles and miles of swamp and marsh and discovered a private rustic corporate retreat accessible mainly by boat or plane. Several staff members greeted him at the dock and gave him permission to camp on the airfield. After starting to set-up camp, the "head master" said "there's no way we are going to let that man spend a night out there!" So they gave him a cabin and feed him massive amounts of southern food for dinner!! I believe Jim will survive this trip not just by his sheer determination and grit, but also with a lot of charm!!! I will be heading to Florida at the end of the week to pick up our van and will be driving it back to Amherst, stopping to find Jim somewhere in the Carolinas.