Been awhile. Been busy. Sorry
Well the weather here has been nice. Heard in some places back there it has not been so fun. Sorry to hear that, especially since it sounded like everything was Spring-like. Guess groundhog might have been right after all. Even though it may sound warm here it still is chilly often times. To combat the cool we are still taking advantage of our full enclosure.
Beaches haven’t been fully explored here by us yet, too cool, but we did run across a fella who was getting into the mood.
In our walking about the neighborhood trying to get in our daily FitBit steps we came across this bit of word play.
Another Royal Marsh Harbor Yacht Club event that we attended last week was there annual Margarita Madness which they hold at the Abaco Beach Club where we are staying in their marina. Lots of camaraderie, fun, and libations on the beach.
Parked in the marina down the way from us is a Catalina in which Linda and Grieg Mitchell would be interested. Nicely set-up for cruising.
We recently visited Elbow Cay by ferry boat to partake of their annual Hope Town Heritage Day celebration with awards for students and festivities, food and art for us visitors. Try the Chicken Suosse when you go. It's delicious. Lime and green pepper chicken soup.
The other day a spectacular rain storm came through during which we were able to fill up our water tank with forty-five gallons of water in forty-five minutes. It was a gully washer. Afterwards there was a beautiful rainbow.
The other day we went on a road trip around Great Abaco Island and covered almost 200 miles. Along the way we had lunch at Little Harbor’s Pete’s Pub. While there saw a statue that has a striking resemblance to my significant other. Also for Cindy and Alan we found a new sign that Alan can share with one of his former constituents that was concerned about a close-by deer crossing sign she didn't like for fear that they would then be crossing at her yard.
And, again another dazzling dinner by Gerry featuring lobster.
Looking forward to seeing Clarine, Gerry's sister today for a quick trip south from the snowy north.
Again, Happy St. Patrick's Day,
Gerry & Larry,