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A LOVE STORY IN THE BAHAMAS

I couldn’t have felt more calm. I didn’t expect it. But I’m so glad I feel this way.

Those three short sentences epitomize my thoughts on the morning of January 31st, an unbelievably beautiful day on Gaulding Cay beach in the Bahamian island of Eleuthera. 967 more words

Bahamas

Eleuthera Vacation in (Mostly) Pictures

This recap is going to be pretty loosey-goosey. The days sort of ran together as they tend to do on vacation, so rather than trying to construct a narrative of the week, I’ll just share some of my favorite pictures, facts, and memories. 290 more words

Life

A Week In Eleuthera

Eleuthera was a big milestone for us. For months, we readied the boat in the comfort of the East Coast, and then found community and conveniences in the Abacos. 981 more words

Royal Island Ruins

When we experience places truly only accessible by boat, or even only by small boat (dinghy), that’s when this whole thing peaks for me.

After a beautiful sail last weekend from the Abacos to the Eleuthera chain, we tucked into an uninhabited area called Royal Island, a little sliver of land northwest of the main Eleuthera island. 231 more words

Sailing

Friday Free-For-All - 02/24/17

As of 4:30 pm today, I’m officially on vacation until March 8. Woooooohooooo! I have been waiting for this trip for forever, and I can’t believe it’s finally here. 324 more words

Friday Free For All

Exploring Eleuthera Takes Some Time

Eleuthera is a long, skinny island that is shaped a bit like a half circle with a sling shot on the bottom.  Or at least that’s what I think.  1,452 more words

Eleuthera, The Bahamas: 10 Tips & Some 35mm Photographs to Keep You Dreaming

Eleuthera is one of the most special places I’ve ever been, more rural and beautiful than I could have imagined. Tiny towns dot Queen’s Highway, the one main road running the length of the 110 mile long, 1 mile wide island. 558 more words