Yesterday we sailed from No Name Harbor at Key Biscayne to Key Largo Dry Rocks where we snorkeled the reef. On the way there, Justin caught an 8 lb Little Tunny fish. At the reef, we saw all kinds of fish and coral and Christ of the Abyss, a 9′ tall 4000 lb underwater statue. We even spotted our very own mermaid. Everyone had a blast and snorkeled well. We then pushed on to Rodriguez Key, through the sunset, where we anchored along side a few other vessels. Danielle made us an excellent dinner that almost everyone got to enjoy before we had a little incident, which was handled phenomenally by a few crew members. Logan cut his hand on an open corn can lid which led to swift first aid attention, especially from Celia. She kept her cool and helped dress and wrap the wound as if she’d done this countless times before. Thanks Celia, you were a great asset! Once everything was under control, Dan and Logan hopped in the dinghy for a ride to the local E.R. where they met some outgoing yet professional Border Patrol agents and hospital staff who couldn’t have been more helpful. Logan ended up with four stitches and one heck of a story to tell the family. And did I mention that throughout this, Logan kept his usual can-do attitude and sense of humor, so kudos to him! All in all, it was a day of fun and great learning experiences.This morning we snorkeled and paddle boarded at Rodriguez. William and Jeremy spearfished in the mangroves.