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Hanging with the Locals....
Elizabeth (photo by s/v Tusen Takk II)
06/16/2012, Salt Whistle Bay, Mayreau, the Grenadines

...I mean fellow cruisers. :) This is Dave and his girlfriend Lori (s/v Persephone). Lori left the next morning for the US (though she'll be back soon) and he is here at Mt. Hartman along with Miclo III and Liahona.

Interesting Photo of the Bay and Skylark
Elizabeth (photo by s/v Tusen Takk II)
06/16/2012, Salt Whistle Bay, Mayreau, the Grenadines

Skylark can be seen on the right at the stern of s/v Liahona, we're the one with the toast colored awning. Mark affectionately referred to our awning as a circus tent. That's Miclo III in between us with the white hull and dark blue stripe around the hull. They actually own the boat we had our hearts set on but couldn't swing at the time. Boat envy is a terrible thing.

Photos from the Pig Roast
Elizabeth (photo by s/v Tusen Takk II)
06/16/2012, Salt Whistle Bay, Mayreau, the Grenadines

We were just sent some additional photos from the pig roast in Salt Whistle Bay, so I thought I'd add them to what we have already posted. I'm also adding one of Ellen and Rob on Miclo III, so you can put faces to names we have mentioned. This photo is of Mark (s/v Liahona) and Ed monitoring the pig on the grill. To the right is Rob (s/v Miclo III).

Glorious Grenada
Elizabeth
06/16/2012, Mt. Hartman Bay, Grenada

Lat/lon are updated. Grenada is living up to everything we've been told about it. From a cruiser's perspective, there is never a dull moment. Last night was pizza and live music at Tiki's, about a 15 minute walk from our anchorage. Good fun, but I forgot I've had a bum knee (it's been feeling much, much better) and danced with Ed, which was exactly the wrong thing to do. This morning I am feeling the pain again. Was it worth the dance? Yeah, I would say so. Yesterday afternoon we walked a couple of miles to a rum factory with our boat cart to stock up on the good stuff. We went with Ellen and Rob on s/v Miclo and had a good time with them. They are from the NJ shore, which is where Ed spent many a summer during his childhood.

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