Last night I was reminded I need to keep an eye on the tide. That’s the cabin in Skylark around 11 pm Tuesday night. I pulled off to the side of the ICW about 50′ from a marker to anchor. I was heading for an anchorage nearby but it was getting dark and I didn’t want to risk pulling into an unknown Creek to anchor in the dark. I pulled over and had about 7′ of water under Skylark, plenty I though. I didn’t realize the tide here is 5′. 4′ Skylark in 2′ of water and the cabin looks like that. I just forgot. No big deal except it’s pretty hard to sleep like that and I didn’t think to close the seacocks for the sink drain so the sink filled via the drain since that side of the boat was deep in the water. By the time I got out of my bunk to investigate a noise that’s sounded like running water the sink was draining into the cabin and the locker below. OK I’ll be more mindful next time.