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Windy, Windy & more Windy

Stuck on the boat today due to weather, it has been windy 20 knots all day with rain.  So I have been painting all day.  I plan to donate some of my work to the Lighthouse store to sell, so I have been working on the ones that have the Lighthouse in them, I have about 5 paintings ready at this time.  162 more words


Hope Town

Being back in Hope Town is like coming home.  We are comfortable and relaxed here.  Our adventures for the season were in Exuma’s but our relaxation is here is Hope Town.  179 more words


Harbour Island

Harbour Island’s greatest allure is the stretch of pink sand beach lining it’s windward side. These soft, coral sands bask under the warm Caribbean sun. Harbour Island’s beach is postcard-perfect, with palm trees swaying in the gentle island breeze and the turquoise sea laps at the pale, pink sand shore. 55 more words


Black Point Cay

Today is another beautiful day in paradise, hot, hot and more hot.  The wind is light and variable, which means not much wind.  We cruised from Staniel Cay this morning to Black Point, the largest settlement in the Southern Bahamas Exuma area.  162 more words


Chris & Emma in Spanish Wells

Arrival to Spanish Well Yacht Haven Marina was a welcome respite from sailing across the ocean in 4-6 ft waves.  We now have showers with unlimited water, wow, such a simple thing but a great feeling to just relax a bit and not worry about conservation of water and or battery energy.  332 more words


Bahamas Culture

  1. The Bahamas has a distinctive culture which has evolved over generations, from a mixture of mostly African, combined with some British colonial and American influences, to a unique and colorful style of Bahamian self-expression.

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