That's the sound of us changing plans at 4:30 in the morning. We have a good crossing window, but we don't feel ready to take it since we just got out of the yard/marina yesterday. We haven't been traveling on the boat for nearly 2 weeks, and the boat is so new to us, we want to run it (and the systems) for at least a few days before we undertake this crossing. The delay will also give us a chance to install a new wind generator we bought in Lauderdale.
We're going to head south to the Keys and then probably cross at the next window.
This was a super hard decision because it probably means that we won't get to the Bahamas for at least a week, we will probably have to motor (instead of sail as we would have today), and we will miss having a Kalik in Bimini with our friends Lisa and Craig. For our friends in Seattle, Kalik is the weakest, priciest beer you can imagine. But it tastes amazingly good on a hot day. :)
We think, however, that all is not lost, as it is apparently it's lobster season in the Keys. So we probably won't be miserable there.