Sunday, March 24, 2019

March 15, 2019 Little Harbour and Lynyard Cay

We had a beautiful calm morning, so Nancy and I took the dinghy out to the Tilloo Bank.  We say a stingray and enjoyed the clear shallow water over the bank/large sand bar. 

who put her in charge

she has to earn her keep
We moved a few hours south to Tom Curry Point just outside of Little Harbor.  We took the dingy into “town” to eat at Pete’s Pub.  It is a great beach restaurant.  Nancy had cracked conch, which is breaded pieces of conch, and loved it.


looking out to the bay

aerial view on a postcard Nancy bought

the walkway over the hill to the beach on the Atlantic side

We also showed her several of the sculptures by the family that settled here in the 50’s.


 We checked out a lagoon in the mangroves and saw a submersible that was there for research.  I had heard about it on the VHF net a couple days ago.  They are doing research at 1000 ft on the reef nearby.  This same submersible is going to be taking tours to the Titanic in the future.  It looked like it was being worked on at the time.

We moved the boat over to Lynyard Cay for the night.  It’s a more protected anchorage, which means more comfortable sleeping.  Sitting in the cockpit, you could hear the waves crashing of the ocean side of this skinny island. 

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