The Copper and Lumber Store Hotel
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... football and soccer followed by a traditional game of Island Yankee Swap. The rules were to bring something used on the boat that we didn't want anymore. The gifts were awesome and everyone had a few good laughs. Later into the afternoon, we all motored to a beach further out where we had a bon fire under the stars and roasted marshmallows. We couldn't think of a better way to spend our first holiday away from home.
... a tree house 30 feet straight down for the "Leap of faith". After we finished the tour, our hungry bellies took us to Jolly Harbor for a nice lunch at the marina. We were able to do a big provisioning at the local supermarket.
On the next day we went on a land and sea tour of the island. Our morning started with an 8:30am pickup from English Harbor to their capital city of St. John. We were welcomed with cool drinks and then back into our range ...
... a national park and is home to Antigua Sailing Week, the largest gathering of sailing vessels in the Caribbean. We'll be here for a week or so to get a replacement part flown in for our instrument panel.
Why is it called "Nelson's" Dockyard? Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758 – 1805) was ...
... a bottle of Champagne in Lidel and invited us to share it, laughing and saying they get one every time they reach port to celebrate the fact they did it!!! A great night that night as we smile on two lovely lovely people. Craig said we will share your champagne if you have one of our Margaritas!!!! Ha well guess what.... We walked them back to their yacht that night. Yes and Roger went to the seminar on pirates, do you carry or use ...
... glasses haha.
Since it was our last day on the beach, we decided to stay on the beach to watch the sundown. Normally around 5 we head back to the apartment to get the kids bathed and fed so this time we bit the bullet and hoped they wouldn't freak out staying a bit later (until 6 when sun went down). They did pretty good and we got to see a great sundown as you'll see from the photos.
Jimmy and I were going ...