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[[red underline]] shrimps, oysters, clams and fish.  Albert [[/red underline]] prepared [[red underline]] fish in the most delicious [[/red underline]] way.  Always has butter and onions. Then took in gasoline and water and with all our supplies feel well outfitted.
Left about 2 P.M. along [[red underline]] Matanzas River. [[/red underline]] - Splendid weather, mild and breezy, then [[red underline]] Matanzas Inlet [[/red underline]] with glimpse of Atlantic, then into the [[red underline]] Halifax Creek [[/red underline]] Canal, where tied up for night.
Nov [[overwritten]] 19 [[/overwritten]] 20. [[strikethrough]] Next mo [[/strikethrough]]
Up at about 5.30 A.M. but low tide prevents from proceeding as we are simply [[red underline]] stranded on sandy shore. [[/red underline]] Used this delay to good advantage jumping on the sandy shore and gathering
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[[red underline]] excellent oysters [[/red underline]] distributed everywhere on the shore in bunches. Time spent cleaning and separating the bunches. Hearty breakfast this morning. [[strikethrough]] Canal [[/strikethrough]] At about 10 A.M. were afloat and proceeded southward on straight newly dredged canal.  Toll chain and drawbridge further on.  
Charges [[red underline]] $10.50 to Miami [[/red underline]] for a [[overwritten]] 36 [[/overwritten]] 35 foot boat.
Vegetation more and [[red underline]] more tropical. [[/red underline]] Succession of woods with big [[red underline]] palmetto trees. Yucca's and cacti [[/red underline]] make their appearance. At entrance of [[red underline]] Halifax River [[/red underline]] was rather puzzled as to course. Stakes, charts and direction of "Pilot Guide" being rather con-
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