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Down island to St Kitts & Nevis.39 days but who's counting.
Major planning is completed: Airplanes booked both way; a hotel near the airport so that we have at lease a little sleep before the early am departure; A house overlooking the 9th hole of the St Kitts golf course; A jeep for the ...
... crab for several hours. Ellen and her husband have over sixty cages deployed off of Calvert Beach and they had been “soaking” for three days. Each cage is pulled up utilizing a power winch, banged on the side of the boat to get rid of the stinging sea nettles and then the crabs are dumped out of the cage into a sorting box. Don puts in new bait (fish) and when Ellen gives the word drops the freshly baited cage next to the next ...
As we didn't make it to the Dorchester Visitor’s Center on Sunday we got there by noon yesterday. I was already armed with a list of places I’d found on-line of Underground Railroad sites, needless to say, a very condensed list. I’d been to the place in Africa where kidnapped people were put onto the slave ships so now was the day to come full circle, where they ran for their freedom.
The Visitor’s Center is a great place ...
... and we watched a few more episodes of IT Crowd and packed. Scott was wonderful enough to leave work early and take us to the train station. He also was the one that had to deal with the stinky trash truck that quite possibly could not pass an inspection. Gross. Nonetheless, we made it. It was so easy. We got our tickets and then was able to get a sandwich then get on the train. The seats were huge, so even Steve was comfortable. Life is good ...
... cable that runs through an arm and pulley and it feeds the cable up and all the crabber has to do is net the crab and put it in their crab basket.If you are lucky enough to talk to one of them they are always glad to barter FRESH CRABS for BEER!!!!There are two channel markers that are big metal buoys that have osprey nests and we were able to get close enough to get a really good look at the adults and young.We continue on up river to Cambridge a 325 year ...