The Great Book Of Anchorages. Places with names like Long Arsenicker (page 94), Pumpkin Key (page 94), Jew Point (page 95), Steamboat Creek (page 96) and Sexton Cove (page 97). We would have loved to spend a night in each, but then it would have taken us weeks to make the short trip to Key Biscayne. We did do some rechecking along the way. At times it just meant cruising through the anchorage to be sure depths had not changed. The great thing about most anchorages is that unless there is some major weather event, they won't change for many, many years, if at all. We have been using many of our favorite anchorages for over 20 years. They have become like old friends. But of course it's always nice to experience something new just for a change.