Winter in the Bahamas

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April 3rd 2010
Published: April 3rd 2010
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Winter 2010 on About Time We realize we have been a little slow at sending out an update on our travels this winter. At first it seemed like there wasn’t a lot to tell about, but now as I sit to write about our winter, I realize that there is almost too much for one blog. The best way to summarize the winter is that it has been colder and windier, than we, long term cruisers, and even the fis... Read Full Entry

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Little San SalvadorLittle San Salvador
Little San Salvador

About Time sharing the anchorage with the cruise ship Carnival Liberty.
Beach is FullBeach is Full
Beach is Full

3000 people off the cruise ship cover the beaches.
Empty AgainEmpty Again
Empty Again

We went ashore after the cruise ship left. Beach is empty until tomorrow when the next ship arrives.
Governor's Harbour LibraryGovernor's Harbour Library
Governor's Harbour Library

They had beautiful library here.
Church in Governor's HarbourChurch in Governor's Harbour
Church in Governor's Harbour

This church was build in the 1600's!
Spanish WellsSpanish Wells
Spanish Wells

We were having very low tides as it was a full moon.
Manatee RitaManatee Rita
Manatee Rita

Spanish Wells town people were feeding thier pet Manatee Rita who was expected to give birth anyday.
Bags of LobsterBags of Lobster
Bags of Lobster

Lobster season is ending and the boats are returning to Spanish Wells with their catch in 40 lb. bags.
Golf Cart Traffic jam in Harbour IslandGolf Cart Traffic jam in Harbour Island
Golf Cart Traffic jam in Harbour Island

Many of the small islands use golf cards instead of cars.
Harbour IslandHarbour Island
Harbour Island

This beach is known for its pink sand.

3rd April 2010

Love you Blog
We have been missing your reports and wondered if we had dropped off your list. We love them! So many memories from cruising the same places. Keep the reports coming and we'll see you soon in GA
6th April 2010

But, what about business?
Doug: I hope you made some sales for Stevie! But if you are welcomed back, remember the Algoma Blackfly are deadly when they get into a thick beard! I have been off crutches now for two weeks, but the recovery has been too slow as you well know. Looking forward to hearing more of your trip soon. Regards Dave
6th April 2010

When do you run your first marathon
Hi Dave It's good to here from you and i look forward to hearing all about your new parts! We should be back in May. See you then. We are currently in the Abacos
7th April 2010

We miss you. Love, D

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