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... from Allegria has stored his sailboat here the last two summers and loves it. So in the late fall or early winter we will catch the plane from Fort Lauderdale to Marsh Harbor and then ferry to the boat yard. Our insurance will cover us, since we are not in the hurricane box. And the best part, we won't have to cross the gulf stream. We'll already be here. ...
... luckily we were able to get a charter boat to take us across to Green Turtle Cay. There we checked into a beautiful room right in the marina of the fantastic Green Turtle Cay Club.
The next morning we met Lincoln Jones - the local fisherman legend and spontaneously joined him on his daily fishing trip. And well, this surely turned out to be a very good decision indeed. We headed out with his boat and soon were catching nice yellow tail snappers, ...
... press on to Ft. Pierce, Florida on Sunday.
The past few weeks in the Bahamas have been great fun with Dan & Elise and we've experienced beautiful, sunny days, lots of island adventures, tasty Bahamian dishes (plantain-crusted Grouper was my fav), and continue to make new friends. The history of the Abaco Islands dates back to the 18th century when British loyalists arrived and settled in towns with names like Hope Town ...
Here are two more videos from Green Turtle Cay. The first is short. It takes you along with us to three Christmas parties we attended. One party was with a Black Bahamian Family (the McIntosh's) who trace their roots back to Scotland. You'll have to do the math on that one.
In addition to the Christmas party, we were invited ...
The video below is a "walkabout" of Green Turtle Cay - we ride our bikes from one end to the other and throw in a visit to some other spots along the way. We give you a little history and a few fun facts about this island and also the Bahamas in general.
Ruth and Pierce