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Pretty in pink: Beaches beckon on tiny, laid-back Harbour Island

You know a place is small when a piece of deadwood is a top tourist attraction. A number of years ago, an enormous piece of driftwood washed up on the western edge of Harbour Island and anchored itself upright on a shallow sandbar. 852 more words


Sweet Paradise by Regan Burke

The slow slide and bump after our plane landed at the North Eleuthera International Airport told me we’d slid off the runway. I froze in my window seat seeing the tropical brush below. 462 more words


Whale Point Journal (part 3)

Sunday, August 14

It’s been a week already and I haven’t done much photography, so I take an early morning hike with my trusty Ricoh. 3,959 more words


Whale Point Journal (part 2)

Thursday, August 11

I wake up early, before sunrise. A quick look outside reveals a cloudbank along the horizon. 1,768 more words


Whale Point Journal (part 1)

Sunday, August 7

After an extended absence, I’m back on Eleuthera. Steve and I are here to do some work on the cottage. We’ll be fixing things, 3,463 more words


Governor's Harbor - Eleuthera, The Journey Continues

A pretty little historic corner of Governor’s Harbor, Eleuthera.

St. Patrick’s Church, their Prayer Garden, and Cemetery:

Haynes Library, 1897:

The Journey Continues. I like it.


The Threat to the Ecosystem of Egg Island.

Egg Island is a small uninhabited island of approximately 12 acres located in Eleuthera, Bahamas. It’s so named because it was once home to chickens owned by residents of other nearby islands who travelled there to collect their eggs. 2,891 more words