TARDIS crew, Eileen and Charlie, are relaxing in Marsh Harbor. The first day we anchored a little too close to another boat. The captain of the other boat did not ask us to move but it was driving Charlie absolutely crazy so we pulled up anchor and move a hundred yards away. We know now why the holding is so good. Our Rochna came up with about 20 lbs of gray clay. There are two cold fronts passing through and that is why we are here. The first has already passed, bringing winds in the mid 20's. The second is due tomorrow night and may include squalls in the mid 30's. This is a great place to be.
There's not allot to see here but we did find this nice porch overhanging the Sea of Abaco. Marsh Harbor is a good place to provision and Maxwell's grocery store is the largest we've seen since we've left Florida. Prices are just as large as the store however. The liquor store is a bargain though, Sands Beer only $42 per 24 can case including the VAT tax. Not bad for the islands mon.
In every harbor there most always is T37. Look where Oopsea is from! We met him three years ago at J&R Marina in Charlotte Harbor.
Boat names. The first is on my Miata License plate and the second is self explanatory.
We stopped and had a snack at Snappas and this was hanging in the rafters. Will the ECSC 'Hobie Rats' find this when they arrive for their charter in a month?
This sign was in Snappas also. Some women are on the left. Recognize who that might be?
Marsh Harbor view from TARDIS for the next couple of days. The weather is supposed to be great and we've got a few more weeks left in paradise with time to explore.
Addendum 2/15 - Marsh Harbor
TARDIS stayed a little longer here then anticipated due to the weather. We found a great spot, Jib Bar at Marsh Harbor Marina, to go ashore near our anchorage with a nice beach and a close walk to a small family grocery store and fish market.
Jason, our bartender, pointing out the high level water mark in 2004.
We're anchored out here.
This is the beach on the other side of the bar/marina.
It's a little hard but Eileen found a way to get comfortable anyway.
Yesterday was Valentines day and it rained all day with winds strong out of the NE.
So what do you do? Play games! Backgammon, Dominoes and of course Scrabble.
Eileen was proud of her word choices but Charlie won.