We motored to the most northern river on Shroud Cay. We had taken this route 2 years ago. It goes all the way through to the ocean side. We saw turtles on the way.
|from mangroves to the sea (with water bubble)
|beach before sea
Once we were at the ocean side, we beached the dinghy and hiked to a high spot. The view was fantastic. When we returned to the water, some other boaters were floating with the current through the inlet. So we had to give it a try. We enjoyed the water for awhile before returning through the island. Before we left, a large “tender”, a dinghy for a larger boat, arrived with crew to set up lawn chairs and umbrellas on the beach. One guy stayed and another left. We thought about staying to see who would show up. But the sun got the best of us. We met them on the river through the island, but didn’t recognize anyone rich and famous.
|Anne-Marie and Torben beach side
|Torben and Mary on the hike
|found something of interest
|hilltop with ocean side
|mangroves of Shroud Cay
|Torben always finding something of interest
|fruit we decided was quava
|trail between water and hilltop
|Torben being swept out with the tide
|turtle in the mangorves
|we laughed about how the water spot was strategically place to censor part of Ann-Marie
|Torben snorkeling the mangroves
|sun coverage while drifting through the mangroves
|Torben still snorkeling and getting sunburnt
|an opening to the sea in the mangroves
|shallow area that Torben will pull us through
We moved the boat to Norman's Cay, a few cays further north in the Exumas.
|Anne-Marie at the helm
|Anne-Marie likes the auto pilot
|Anne-Marie cut my hair for me, but she wasn't disturbed by the sea hag