We took the dinghy over areas of coral and did a drift snorkel with the dinghy. At least one person hung on to the dingy. But we all took turns spearfishing and diving down for photos or a closer look at something. It was fun to hear Anne-Marie giggle through her snorkel.
We would get into the dinghy and try a new area once we drifted through a spot. We spent most of the day in the water.
|first speared fish-trigger fish|
|a beautiful larger trigger fish that I saw as Torben took his little one to the dinghy|
|Dave's speared grouper|
|Torben on the hunt|
|large grouper, probably 3 feet long, didn't go after him|
|Torben confirming what a grouper looks like|
|Anne-Marie getting into the action|
|feather duster worms|
|Torben and Anne-Marie|
|a hermit crab inside a Florida horse conch|
|going after that fish|
|Torben with a mutton snapper|
|Torben with a red parrot fish|
|the story about the one that got away|
|boys like to play with their food|
|Dave cleaning his grouper|
|the trigger and the parrot|
|the parrot fish had worns, threw it overboard|
|cooked hermit crab|
Back at the boat, we had a feast. Anne-Marie wanted to cook everything she found.
We returned to snorkeling but only brought back conch. So we had conch salad for dinner. Then we had popcorn and a movie. They had to see Captain Ron. Anne-Marie doesn’t watch movies at home, only about a half dozen in her life. We had English captions to help with the interpretation. She stayed awake, so that was a good sign. Torben loved it.
|cutting conch for the salad|
|conch salad and various shell fish|
|great cockpit meals|
|end of a great day|
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