Chillingsworth Court Resort
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... to see her smile climbing out of the ocean, struggling with all the weight on her back and a smile on her face, talking about all the different kinds of fish she saw, she dove to about 90 feet today on the first dive with the advanced divers, not me I am just a guppy. 90 feet is deep. We went to Plate Reef for our first dive, Went down about 83 ft for 34 minutes. I dove with Derek, an english guy who gave us a ride, he had a car. And the California couple we ...
... dinner of cajan Salmon and veggies then a walk to burn off the meal. We meander into the casino across the street, a lovely place though small by states standards. The employees out number the patrons 2 to 1, only one BJ table going with two guys looking a bit unhappy, we suspect they are eating light the rest of the week after blowing their food budget. House always wins. We, however, walked away winners since we didn't gamble. ...
... headed out on what we hoped would be a smooth crossing to Grand Bahama Island. Unfortunately, the weather forecast for 2 - 4 foot seas turned out to be 4 – 6 foot seas which we discovered once we were well on our journey. We were able to cross in about 5 ½ hours with no upset except for the cat. I even brought her up topside for a better ride, but she was pretty mad at us for her torment.
We docked at Port Lucaya, ...
... Instead of taking the long path back we decided to take the shortcut. Little did we know that the short cut would have made us walk around the park in circles 3 times... lost much? you betcha. Our first attempt of heading back we were met face to face with a wild raccoon. It stopped, we stopped. It stared, we stared. Marvin said to me "don't move" but as I saw it begin to run towards us, I freaked out and ran back the way I came from. I ran, Marvin ran, Will ran, told Jenn to run ...
... Denny installed the day before are good. Then he hoists the anchor and we are underway. Today we slowly passed by Crab Cay (Key), Spanish Cay, Manjack Cay, Powell Cay and Green Turtle Cay. Most are uninhabited but some have small settlements or a resort.We have to drink a lot of water and juices to stay hydrated. While we are motoring we can charge our hand held VHF, the camera and the laptop. We're looking forward to a few days of rest in Treasure Cay. We'll need to get ...
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