Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina
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There's no fear of starving in Bimini.
Mornings start out with Cinnamon or Guava Buns from the bakery.
Or, I've made French Toast!
Coffee, is made every morning no matter what…we use our french press (given to us as a wedding gift) and we grind our own coffee beans (grinder was also a wedding gift!)
The town ...
... there was only 3 hours that we could spend on Bimini before it was time to cruise back to Miami. Vera and I decided that it could be fun to return again, but next time we plan to spend one night on the island and enjoy the beaches and perhaps visit South Bimini island; this time we only visited North Bimini island.
Hasta next time!
... they had a huge beautiful pizza and Ralph and I shared a seafood platter that was gigantic. I guess we have eaten out three times since we left.
Planning to go fishing and have the other couple go too......on Tuesday a.m.. If the weather does what it is supposed to do (says it is gonna' do), we will try to leave early on Wednesday. Just have to wait and ...
... the Great Bahama Bank. Seeing as the sun was setting much faster than we were approaching Bimini, we opted for the latter. Caleb kept watch while Pete and I poured over the charts and cruising guides to settle on a destination - tomorrow is my birthday after all. We want to choose the sweetest option!
We had been told that Chub Cay in the Southern Berry Islands was a good spot to anchor as it is quite protected but upon further review ...
... to formulate a plot. The plan was flawless. We were to set a series of anchors to pull the boat off the sand bar. Since we grounded at high tide, we'd have a small time frame to work with, so we had to work quick. As Strolla had almost come back to upright, everything heavy in the boat was moved from the port side, the side she'd been lying on all day. I put on my snorkel gear and set an anchor as far off the starboard side as I could get it. The anchor line was hung ...