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Here we are at Richard's favorite destination...NOT. It was here that we stopped on our very first cruise back in October of 2002. Nothing to do but relax, eat, swim, walk along the beach and he didn't like it...can you imagine? Well, it was very hot and we've never visited a beach like this before. Back in 2002 we did get into 90* water in 90* weather! He got over it ...
This was a day to relax after 3 straight days of touring and rushing from one scheduled event to another. I took advantage of the quiet morning and did laundry. I got a good deal as the one dryer would not stop, so no quarters were needed there!
We played another trivia game this afternoon, but we were pitiful...another couple joined us, but we only got half of the answers right...they were even multiple choice! We didn't even do ...
Hatchett Bay calls itself the Bahamas' most protected harbour.... Well isn't that kind of ironic?!?Mother Nature took out her frustrations on the only other boat in the harbour. Protected from wind and waves...yes. From lightning? Nope.
Since the lighting strike, we've become "good neighbours" with Mike. He's been doing a ton of work to his boat to recover from the strike (and fire) and move on. ...
... and we had a little game of fish chase right there on the coral
reef. He could have swum off completely
but he didn’t….he stayed just outside of my touching range the whole time and
swam around and around the rock.
I could have stayed
swimming with the fish for hours and hours but I could feel my shoulders
burning from the sun. Dave was relaxing
on a sun lounger in the shade of a palm tree and so I dragged myself from ...
... it radiated up through the chain and was amplified by the structure of the boat. Rock Sound. OK, we got it. Good thing we always have a Plan B.
By the arrival of the next frontal passage due in a few days – and with another front following close behind in the forecast--we had planned for best protection to be anchored on the west side of the bay near the northwest corner. This would provide good shelter from expected strong, ...