Blue Jay Motel
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... and had a great meal. It's located on an island and people come from all over, some even taking float planes to get there. What a life! We actually met Henry later today, at the dock at Twelve Mile Bay where they pick up supplies. He's a jolly older man and James shared a few laughs with him.
We were docked by about 5:30 after a full day of travelling. This is the only time on our trip ...
After a week of cities and 6 days of French, it was nice to head off the freeways to a quaint country town in Ontario. The drive was great, very small towns, expanses of wilderness, camping grounds and then we arrived in Peterborough. A large country town, but very quiet. We found a boathouse on the shores of a large lake, overlooking the marina. The stairs were steep, but the view, the ice cold Moosehead Lager and ...
... plant or herb, that plant or herb will be planted close to the crop to chase away the insect. Although I have definitely oversimplified permaculture here, this should give you some kind of idea of the principles on which the vegetable garden is based.
During my stay I have done many different things: seeding a grass field, weeding grass (this is very contradictory indeed), watching all sorts of sprouts come up, digging a rice terrace and planting ...
... alone. Not ideal not to be sitting with Ellen, but there is no way I could sit in those seats for 14 hours!!!
Better flight amenities coming back - contemporary movies, ok meals and at least 1 beer each. Not enough monitors for everyone to see (sorry Eleanor) but at a cost many hundreds of dollars less than Cathay Pacific - satisfactory. Lot's of drousing, dining (3 meals) and movies and back in Canada.
In line for customs Eleanor had to take out an ...
... is only one flight into Marsh Harbour and it flys before we got to Nassau.
The next day went smoothly, we left on time to fly into Marsh Harbour. We hired a taxi to take us for provisions ( wine and food) and then boarded the ferry to Hopetown.
My friends John & Rosemary met us at the dock as did the caretaker for our house and off we went.