Monthly Archives: January 2010

Quick thank you

Just a quick thanks to all who are posting comments – it is nice to know the blog is being read and enjoyed . . . we will harvest all email addresses and say hello “in person” at some point, … Continue reading

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Blue Holes of Rock Sound, Eleuthera

One of the major attractions of the Rock Sound settlement is the large ocean hole on the outskirts of town.  This hole is a couple hundred feet across and connects to the Atlantic Ocean via subterranean passage ways.  Indeed the … Continue reading

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Ship Channel Cay

Sailing from Eleuthera to the Exumas – across the northern part of Exuma Sound: At anchor in Ship Channel Cay: Maddie doing school work: Looking back at the anchorage from the top of the hill on Ship Channel Cay:

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EXUMAS!!!!

January 27, 2010 Ship Channel Cay, Exumas! Back in our beloved Exumas after an, umm, interesting night on Monday night.  So I’ll start there, shall I? On Sunday we explored the ocean hole in Rock Sound, a tidal salt water … Continue reading

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Musings from Governor’s Harbour

January 22, 2010 Governor’s Harbour, Eleuthera I am amazed at how easily we are swayed by descriptions written/spoken by others, sometimes to our detriment, and sometimes to our great good fortune. The main chart books down here are the Explorer … Continue reading

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Headed to Governor’s Harbour, Eleuthera

Underway in glassy water from Alabaster Bay to Governor’s Harbour this morning.  The rocky coastline providing scenery that is reminiscent of the Mediterranean.

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Eleuthera

We motored down from Hatchet Bay to Alabaster Bay Eleuthera – in a dead calm.  Explored the reefs, beach, and abandoned US Navy base here ashore.  Onwards to Governor’s Harbour today.

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