Breezy Hill Exuma Bahamas
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April 21 to 25 was the Island Regatta here in Georgetown. There were four classes of boats for the races, with the races going the Wednesday thru Saturday. There was some serious sailors out there sailing as you could here if you had your dinghy up close to all the action. This is a Georgetown tradition for the Bahamians and the first regatta was started in the 1950's. There were four ...
April 15 we went to Lee Stocking Island. This was about a 28 nm sail and we ended up motor sailing part way and sailing the other half there. We anchored in a bay just out from what was once the Perry Institute for Marine Science. This was closed down in 2011 as there was not enough funding, but all the buildings, much of the equipment and whats left of an airport runway are still there. There were at least a dozen buildings and houses, and ...
Good morning we have awoke to grey sky's, wind and some rain...hmmm that was not the plan. The wind is supposed to dye down later this morning if it does we are heading over the Staniel Cay we need to be in Nassau by Thursday to meet up with Martin.
I'll do a workout a bit later then boat cleaning doesn't take long to dust and vacuum this boat which is the upside to living in a small place :-)
If we end up here tonight ...
Happy March 1st everyone and good morning
Another month has gone by and we are still on the water, I can definitely say that I'm getting home sick :-( I'm sure I'll pop out of that once we leave this place for one of the other smaller Islands. Martin is coming to visit with us for 6 days and arrives Thursday March 5th into Nassau and we wills stay there we hope 2 nights then make our way over to Harbor Island which is where he will ...
... but the work was "questionable". Then we had water in the gas tank which we solved in Lake Worth. Well, now, since the time that we got the dinghy back from it's "walkabouts" at Wardrick Wells, it's been running really rough.
Tony pulled the outboard up onto the beach, and took apart the carburetor. I got to help by cleaning the jets. We had plenty of moral support from Dave, Craig and Donna (Mighty Fine) and Bill and Maureen (Sweet Freedom). All clean now. Next ...