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... gift shop in the area. Our flight doesn't board for another 3 hours. We made a few purchases, chatted with a couple of ladies from Colorado and had the lunch special of jerk pork, potato salad, fried plantains and lima beans and rice. Only an hour and a half until boarding. Ok. We just cleared thru security, a bit non-technical, but unintrusive and efficient. As we are waiting outdoors on the edge of the tarmac, our plane just landed at ...
We've spent the last several days just hanging out at Turtle Cove. Nothing new to report, our vacation in the Bahamas beginning to wind down. The weather has been very kind to us during our stay, but even a shower or thunderstorm doesn't take away from the beauty of this place. The only negative is ...
... of the owner, we were instructed on how to start the generator that supplies electricity to the property. Our refrigerator and stove are propane gas driven, so if we rise and retire with the sun and the ocean breezes are cool at night, we may need electricity only occasionally. That's life "off the grid" for you. We got instructions for operating the Jeep that is included and the shortway radio that is in the house, in case we need assistance. Brent then handed us ...
... on board so it must be more to do with the length and
structure of the cruise. Most here have
been good as gold. It is just the odd
one which makes it to the blog!
Tomorrow is an
"at sea day" and then we have three stops on the trot. Looking forward to them all! The weather is gorgeous and is set to stay
nice for the rest of the week we hope.
Really hot and sunny. Hope
everyone is okay! Can't believe it is
getting close to ...
... enough to bring into the cockpit without a gaff so he quickly swung it into the fish bin and ran over to the opposite helm where the third hooked fish got lucky by a line break ahead of the swivel. Whew! By now we were past the ridge and back into deep water. Dave reset our course, unhooked the landed fish, put that bait back in the water, then set another rod with a new bait. Despite the losses, there were at least a few dinners staring back at ...