We have come to the end of the Eleutheras. We could take a right and head over to another pink beach and cute island, but we decide to head back into the Big, Bad Atlantic and cross over to the Abacos and then make our way to Hope Town. Continue reading “Good Bye Eleutheras and Hello Abacos; then we run before a storm to Hope Town (3/25/18-3/26/18)”
We reef. And FINALLY get it right! After only 321 days on our trip! We sail, we stop and gawk at the power of nature. And we arrive in Spanish Wells…last stop in Eleuthera. Continue reading “A full day to Spanish Wells and then another full day in Spanish Wells (3/24/18-3/25/18)”
When last we left you, we had pulled into Hatchet Bay to escape from some weather. Three days we spent in the town. A tourist trap, this is not. Continue reading “Hatchet Bay: The ‘most’ protected harbor in the Bahamas (3/19/18-3/22/18)”
So what makes a perfect sailing day? We find one on the way to Hatchet Bay. Continue reading “Weather and a perfect sailing day (3/19/18)”
Rock Sound was great; next stop: Governor’s Harbor! Continue reading “Governor’s Harbor. Show me the money! (3/18/18)”
My snarky comment about Rock Sound yesterday was something along the lines of ‘rustic beauty, without the rustic.’ We were wrong. It is awesome and it is, as always, people who make it so.
Today is officially our last day in the Exumas. For this trip anyway. We have a 40 mile crossing of the big, bad Atlantic to get to our Eleuthera. Our next stop on the trip. Continue reading “Good bye Exumas, hello Eleuthera (3/16/18)”
Back on the water again and we have one final day in the Exumas before heading out to Eleuthera. Our plan? Thunderball Grotto! Continue reading “We travel 23 miles to progress 3 miles. And it rocked! (3/15/18)”
We are just over two months in the Bahamas and one month on our visa to go. We are coming up on our fourth week in Elizabeth Harbor and have just said good bye to our second visitor (happy trails Grandpa Chuck!). We are want to see Eleuthera and the Abacos. And it appears that today is a good day to travel. So buh-bye Georgetown.