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using a slow merchant boat then [[red underline]] New River [[\red underline]] Channel is towards Eastern shore.  [[strikethrough]] then [[/strikethrough]]  Number of Yachts and houseboats at anchor at Northern End of [[red underline]] New River. [[\red underline]]  Seems possible to get into [[red underline]] ocean thru inlet at high [[\red underline]] tide.  This time got thru [[red underline]] Lake Mabel [[\red underline]] without trouble.  Anchored over night in River beyond.
March 14. Left at 6A.M.  Some hesitation near [[red underline]] New River Inlet [[\red underline]] is necessary to go close to Southern point then follow along until opposite tall palmetto on the Northern Shore then traverse directly towards the Palmetto then follow shore closely along yellow house.  Then thru drawbridge.  A little farther up [[red underline]] we got on a shoal [[\red underline]] by not noticing the canal
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which is dredged across the pond and which is difficult to notice when coming from South. There should be a stake. At 10 A M  passed [[red underline]] Boca Raton.[[\red underline]]  At about 1 P M entered Lake Worth.  
anchored for lunch.  Then proceeded later on, noticed [[red underline]] Dynamo did not work. [[\red underline]]  Anchored in basin at [[red underline]] West Palm Beach [[\red underline]] about 2P.M
[[red underline]] Albert shipping dynamo. [[\red underline]]  I went to wire for new [[red underline]] armature [[\red underline]] as I think armature is burnt out.  Went for walk to [[red underline]] West Palm [[\red underline]] Beach then to [[red underline]] Palm Beach.[[\red underline]] Both places [[red underline]] look very quiet. [[\red underline]] People look rather [[red underline]] countrified[[\red underline]].
Went to listen to concert then walked to ocean.  Then to see the fishing.  When I came back Albert had just [[red underline]] reinstalled dynamo [[\red underline]] and was cleaning the deck.
March 15. At anchor at [[red underline]] West Palm [[\red underline]]
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