Crusin' Feetby Jen
I was looking at my feet the other day...WOW I'll need a REAL pedicure when we are back in the states this summer...but I then thought about their simpleness. As cruisers we spend 99% of our time in bare feet. On the boat they are bare (except when pulling anchor...Maxwell makes me wear shoes), in the dinghy they are bare, walkin' the beach they are bare, and visiting friends' boats...THEY ARE BARE!
More Fish, Seriously? Yeppers!by Jen
We are on FISHY FIRE this season! One fish, tuna fish, red snapper fish, BLUE MAHI FISH! This is our first bull...up until now we have only caught the ladies and they were nice but this guy was HUGE and FILLED our freezer with steaks AND filets! Get rid of the chicken thighs! Fresh, Firm, White Fish Filets coming in to replace YOU!
The Berry Islandsby Jen
This photo is a "stand in." We had SO much fun while we were in the Berry Islands that I forgot to take pictures. Whoopsie! Last season we passed this small chain of islands by without a second thought. Big mistake! This year we anchored behind Frozen Cay, a private island, just below Little Harbour. If you are looking for glitz and glam and lots to do, keep lookin' cause it 'aint here. What the Berries do offer is peace and quiet and less traveled beaches. There are miles to discover by dinghy and we were told that the lobster grow bigger over here. Too bad for us the season is over!
We've Made Our Markby Jen
04/23/2011, Warderick Wells, Exumas
Warderick Wells is one of our favorite places in the Bahamas. The grounds are SO beautuful! It is part of the Bahamas National Park and is a no-take zone by land and sea. We took a mooring in the north mooring field near the park office along with Glass Slipper. Since this is our second season in the Bahamas we knew about the famous Boo Boo Hill where cruisers leave a piece of driftwood behind with their boat name as a mark. We were prepared this year! We had the wood in the bilge from a beach in Mayaguana...all that was left was to paint it. Luckily, we had some blue and gold paint somewhere deep in a lazarette.
The "Wonderful Effect"by Jen
04/14/2011, Exumas, Bahamas
Since being in the Bahamas we have been suffering from what I am calling the "Wonderful Effect." It is when everything is SO beautiful, the people are SO nice and you have the best damned time of your LIFE...EVERYDAY! I know by now some readers are getting tired of hearing about how beautiful it is here but I just cannot stop. We are grateful that this is our life!
A Little Bit About A Little Boyby Jen
04/11/2011, Warderick Wells, Exumas
Most people are children at heart and this couldn't be truer about my friend John. We have had the pleasure of cruising for the past few weeks with our now good friends John and Cyndi on Glass Slipper. Getting to know them has been so much fun!
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