Travel Blogs from Great Abaco Island
... Deaver books and these also appear good so another 14 of those to go.
15/4 We went ashore and had lunch and checked emails, we had some interest on the crew position on Saturday and were hoping for a response, so far nothing, but here’s hoping. “Happy Birthday Zaz” after shopping and emails, we up anchored and sailed over to Stocking Island and anchored off ChatanChill, the first proper beach bar in the Bahamas, then I went snorkeling I came across a 5ft ...
Buster and Daisy stole the show as they did their tricks in the local park. . They finished off their routine running up the steps and down the sliding board. Their antics won them favor with a baby girl, whose Mom just happened to own the local coffee shop. Buster, Daisy and the baby, Emmee feasted on blueberry muffin crumbs from the last batch.
Daisy is getting the hang of jumping in and out ...
... an hour of diagnostics with no clear picture as to what was wrong with the
engine... Ruth asked: “are we out of gas?”. The answer turned out to be “yes”!
Thankfully we store an extra 15 gallons of fuel in Jerry-cans on deck, so we could get the engine going again for the emergency re-anchoring that was to come (documented in the video).
... this week. The fish were more abundant and the water a little calmer. Chad and I dive to check out some of the crevices and underwater caves.
Denny discovered a lobster, so the hunt was on. Kathy and I thought we were watching 2 ten year boys playing in the water as they conspired to get the lobster from its hold. First, Chad sharpened a stick on a rock then he and Denny both donned gloves for the battle. I found this both entertaining ...
... thorough inspection or two before we leave.
Aside from that little bit of excitement, we have been enjoying our spot here at Guana Cay. I like to sit on the porch in a rocking chair and read. The sea has been so calm the last 2 days, it looks like a lake. I did laundry this morning and the ocean breezes dried everything within an hour. Our group gathers on the porch in the evening to watch the sunset. Chad and I run through an area designated as a gated community ...