Fernandina Harbor Marina for the next week, do some chores and visit with friends. There were 3 other trawlers and 16 sailboats in the anchorage with us at Cumberland. We picked a spot that was far enough away from the crowd that running our generator in the evening wouldn't bother anyone else and kept us away from the main channel, since we expected more fog overnight and into the next morning. And man did we get it.
Fernandina Harbor Marina is always superb. We have a very good friend that lives here so this is always a planned marina stop. But there are several good anchorages available, too, if just passing through and in need of just an overnight stop, or there is the option of picking up one of the marina's moorings. However, being out in the river in heavy winds is not something we would consider. Been there, done that, got the t-shirt. This time we planned for at least a week in the marina. That was how long the heavy winds were expected to last and we had few things we needed to do. Our friend has an extra vehicle and always drops it off for us to use when we're in town. It's wonderful to have friends like that and many of our friends are current and former cruisers. Once settled in the slip, the "work" begins.