|Leaving Great Sale Cay. Really not much to stay for|
as far as we could tell. Just a place to stop.
|Crab Cay (one of several Crab Cays in the Bahamas) was|
a good stop and had some cool stuff going on. Dolphins,
rays, turtles, barracuda, starfish - fun.
|It also had some neat ledges. We looked for lobster but didn't|
see any hiding in the holes.
|Tilly got her beach time and a dinghy ride.|
|Fortunately, we had leftover lobster from|
our lunch back at Little Grand Cay. We carried
on our Maine tradition of Lobster Rolls!
These happen to be Connecticut style - sauteed
with butter and green onions.
Table with a view.
|Laundry day at Crab Cay included Tilly toys.|
|Full moon rising.|
|The forecast for severe winds drove us to change anchorages|
to Manjack Cay and, then, into the marina at
the Green Turtle Club.
|Tilly, smiling at the prospect of a few days at a marina.|
|Lunch at Harvey's in New Plymouth|
|Table by the beach|
|Beautiful water at the end of every road.|
|We were quite the cart load since Tilly joined us for the day.|
March 16 - 18 South of Green Turtle Cay
|No, this is not a tropical drink. Junie started|
re-sprouting the green onions after we cut them
off. Now, we have perpetual green onions.
|White, soft sand.|
|Add dog to water. The very picture of enthusiasm.|
|The family car on South Green Turtle Cay beach|
|Homemade pizza night on SeaClearly!|
|Friends Bo and Joyce, whom we have known since York River Yacht Haven,|
joined us at the Treasure Cay Marina. We picked up a rental car to go shopping
at Maxwell's in Marsh Harbour, toured the island and then
dinner at Colors By The Sea!
|SeaClearly, once again, impatiently waiting for us to move on.|