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... something and need a replacement for what you broke? Good luck. Ted also moved a large water tank to the large sleeping house outdoor shower hoping it could provide a bit of passive solar heating for warmer showers. After it was tested and seemed to to provide some improvement, we thought that black paint would help increase the effectiveness of the system. Nope, no black paint on the island in all three "hardware" stores. A quart of white paint ...
... out the old green house to get it ready for planting. It is not what we expected as a green house. It's a small wooden frame covered with green shade cloth. It has not been planted by any of the former tenants in years and was choked full of weeds and visiting lizards. Hot sweaty job but now it is ready for planting a few veggies that will save some money and give some variety to their limited fresh produce diet.
We also have been catching the ...
... door. There is a single small lightbulb in this area for night time trip safety. To the right is another beaded area with a small swinging wooden door Kristin made that serves as the shower. Without her thoughtful addition we would be on display to anyone that needed to use the toilet. This area is open air with a high plywood wall enclosure. The tap is a red valve on a PVC pipe to a shower head that delivers water. Just cold. You get used to it, and ...
... World and persuade the manager to give us discount on a Caribe that was then $500 less than the other model!. But no, by now Eric wants the Aluminium one so we will have to return tomorrow. Back across the lagoon we go in Dougle in the dark and wet thinking can't wait for new one! Thurs - Day 2 Ready to go and buy we set off on the long journey with our hand on our wallet! But not to be! Budget Marine keen for us to open an account, so we do, and then we agree to buy ...
... the journey from their nest to the sea. Finally, on my very last day we did! The problem we had was the fact our van was broken. It had in fact been broken since I arrived but Caribbean time meant it still wasn't fixed despite the fact it was supposed to be a relatively small problem. Anyway, such is life in the Caribbean - nothing happens fast. This meant we couldn't do evening patrols of the beach. During the day we helped ...