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... turquoise waters of the Abaco Sea. We anchored in Marsh Harbor at 1:30 pm.We were traveling with two other boats, Zippity Doo Dah, an Island Packet from Anchorage Alaska with Brenda and Art and Lattitudes, a Tartan 31 from Winnepeg with Linda and Noel aboard. We all got our dingys in the water and met at Snappas for seafood. The next day was our provisioning day. Motored ashore and walked to the local bank and Maxwell's a good sized supermarket. Now we've got our tote ...
... the boat again forced to eat ashore, but Snappas has a Mexican night tonight so here goes
a night of hot food and coronas & margaritas
Plan- Refuel- Regas ( + spare), Reprovision, Rewater and set off tomorrow afternoon
The winds are now looking good and friendly for next week so hopefully 3rd time lucky
we will now not have time to explore the Azores and our 2nd extra crew blew out so phil will do the whole trip - ...
... snorkeling near the
cliffs. Beautiful coral reefs, fish of every color and sea fans were plentiful. It was convenient to be able to run the dinghy from our boat to the snorkel area just outside the channel, about 5 minutes. After snorkeling for about 30 min, Mary Beth climbed back into the dinghy to chill, and Ed went spear fishing --- see the photos. (by the way, Ed had his 60th birthday!)
Pete’s Pub is also connected to a working ...
... She politely refused. His finale was under a 12 inch bar that was on fire (see photo).
So much fun. We have a quiet time in the morning with a Bible study and prayer time. Then small maintenance projects, every day. Keeping up with the maintenance is very important. Cruisers we meet are planning to bump into us at different harbors. Some have lived on their boats for decades. A very different life.
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... a bit of Key West flavor here, but this community is much more subdued than Key West. (Most places are!) The "streets" are like those in the other cays, wide enough for 1 golf cart but not two. In order to compensate for this, many of the streets are one-way. Great. I think we are going to die. We wind up eating dinner at McIntosh’s. Bahamian food is not too exciting, but this woman has found a way to make it delicious. ...