Today we got about 5 miles of walking in while we ran all over creation in Miami. First on our list was to make it to Customs and Border Patrol to 'check-back-in' to the US. We called last evening, as we were supposed to, to report our return and give all our vessel and passport information, but they still require you to show up in person within 24 hours. It's always an adventure navigating a big city with no vehicle, but we cobbled together the bus and metro system with a significant amount of walking in between. Once we finally made it to the sea port and found CPB, they glanced at our passports and said, 'thank you, that's it'. It's nice that is was so easy, but I'm not sure why we had to go all the way down there when they already had all the information. Next we decided to go grab the Marlins game since it was an afternoon game and relatively close by. Kaylee had never been to a professional baseball game. The Marlins beat the Braves, so the home crowd was happy.
After the game, we metro'd it back to Coconut Grove, another mile walk back down to the water, a little grocery shopping and back to the boat. That pretty much took up the whole day. We are cooking dinner now and checking on this little tropical storm. Looks like we should still be able to leave in the morning for Rodriguez Key and then on to Marathon Friday.