Saturday, April 27, 2019

April 17, 2019 Rock Sound Homecoming

We took Joe and Erin to shore in the morning.  They hiked a couple miles across the island to the east coast of Eleuthera to go to the beach.  They snorkeled and had a great day.  When they returned, we met them in town.  We had lunch at a deli that they had stopped at earlier.  We shared chicken and fish and French fries. 
I've never seen that sign in South Dakota
Rock Sound was starting their “Homecoming” on Thursday.  It is an annual town celebration, like an all school reunion in SD.  They have venders set up food and bars.  They have a stage with music every night.  A few things were set up, so before going back, we had Joe and Erin try souse and guava dough (pronounced duff), both Bahamian dishes.  Dave ordered on pork souse and one mutton souse.  It is a sour vegetable soup with the meat.  It has a clear broth that uses vinegar or lime juice.  The guava dough is a pastry that is actually boiled, therefore very moist.  Then it had a creamy guava sauce over it. 

We enjoyed a quiet last night on the boat while they packed.

mutton souse and pork souse

Homecoming grounds from our boat.  And yes, sound travels over the water

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