Green Turtle Club & Marina
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Fun place and great band
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A good sail through the whale cut with an expensive mega yacht having to crawl along behind us as channel to shallow for him to pass! But we all got through and arrived at White sound by 5 in time for a brief stroll and live music in the marina in the evening. A good turnout but we could not quite work out the rhythm of the music despite all the …
... so did we. The weather deteriorated so we connected with Lee and Sherry to have tea on their boat, Alesto. It is a 43ft Leopard Catamaran. After tea, we had a golf cart delivered and rode to the Firefly Inn for a concert, drinks and dinner.
Riding to Tahiti Beach in the cart was fun, then the dinghy ride back to Esprit de Mer (30 MPH winds, rain, cold) about 1/4 mile off shore and then a good nights rest.
Thursday, April 26 - We are leaving this morning bound for Great Sale Cay to anchor until Friday afternoon and then head to Stuart via the St. Lucie inlet with an arrival sometime Saturday. We'll be in touch once we get anchored at Sunset Bay Marina. Here's a few more pictures.
... everyday life here we have just grown accustomed to. Some items are on all 3 lists. For example, the drone of nearly everyone’s little Honda generator in the morning and evening. We have certainly grown used to the sound, but will miss it because it signified the beginning and end of each day. The stress here is different and has more to do with survival and meeting the challenges thrown our way each day. Oddly, we will miss that. We will miss the quiet, the stars, ...
... the 17th and 18th centuries. During the 19th century it was considered the largest city in Abaco because it was the home of many large industries, including the pineapple, wrecking, bootlegging and shark fishing. Also during this time many residents moved to Key West, making the two islands sister islands in 1977. We were in town and ran into Elaine and Bill from Free Spirit who we were docked next to at the Harborage in Stuart. They finally made it down here.