When we landed, we saw a customs agent getting into a golf cart to leave. Dave hustled in to catch her. The electricity was off to part of the island, so Rosie’s was closed. We all met in a Tiki Hut on shore to fill out our paper work.
|thought it was funny that we checked in with Customs at a Tiki Bar|
We walked about a block inland to find a restaurant. We found Red’s take out. He had chicken BBQed or plain with rice and corn. It was delicious, fall off the bone chicken.
|Red's Take Out was the only place open|
|cute local girl talking to us after school while we ate|
|the Royal Bahamian Defense Force. I think they were also a ferry today|
The electricity was off at the BTC office, too. So we couldn’t get our phones. No one could tell us how long it would be, so we decided to get them in Green Turtle Cay. We wanted to anchor at a beautiful anchorage, Double Breasted Cay, but the winds weren’t in our favor. So we moved south to a better anchorage, Allen’s-Pensacola and anchored by 10:30pm. Alice had napped in the cockpit along the way.