Treasure Cay Beach, Marina & Golf Resort
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Having had a bumpy night we decide to head over to the other side of the Abaco Sea and get some shelter from the Westerly and Northerly winds forecast for the next 3 days. Once the weather settles we need to head on up through whale channel to start our transit to Florida. Pleasantly surprised, after a very dodgy/shallow entry we find a large …
... back on ship by 2:45. Once back on ship we stopped for chocolate ice cream cones. Yummy! It's all about the food, ha ha. Went to the early show , singing and dancing it was good. Then went to Casino before dinner, Ken got his casino credit of $50. He gave me $10 and i managed to play for 40 minutes and cashed out at $10. Ken played $20 and cashed out at $17. After dinner I lost the ...
... know that boat"! Next morning, having tried to dinghy around to the Atlantic side and got stuck on the bottom, we take a 30 min walk across the Island through the woods to the Atlantic side and bump into our neighbours on the beach! Small world, they use to moor their boat in Portugal near Ellisa 8 years ago and have common friends who are now in Scicilly! Spotting large nursery sharks banking in the crystal clear blue ...
... with British friends Barb and Andy of S/V Ptarmigan. This also included some quality snorkeling. We worried a bit that Jim might get worn out before the passage! We did, however, return to Marsh Harbour on the 13th as our intended visit to Guana Cay was disrupted by a change in the wind that made the anchorage there undesirable. But a departure for the Chesapeake in two days on the 15th looked like a good weather opportunity….
... very lives.
We talk together more, about more things. The past. The future. Our hopes, fears (still mostly mine), dreams. And the weather, always still the weather. We discuss in detail, what we're seeing and what we're reading. I laugh now at one of my concerns before we set off on the trip: without the stimulus of our related jobs, I worried that Steve and I would have little to ...