Although we love being home with friends and family (and going to Macy's, Target, Giant Eagle and farmers markets), we are already nostalgic for the island life. We are two lucky people!
Here are a few pictures to recap our last weeks. While we did a lot of snorkeling, not many of my underwater pictures turned out - I am seriously bummed. I think I need a new camera.
|I think this is a perfect fixer-upper for us.|
|We also found a small cemetary covered with conch shells and hardhats - not sure why the hardhats.|
|Hard to believe this palm tree is still alive and growing like this but the roots are intact.|
|Backing into the haul out slip at Nanny Cay, Tortola, BVI|
|Getting in the sling|
|Out of the water. Our keel is sitting on a cement block but the boat is in the sling while the crew power washes the bottom. Ours was really clean this year - hardly any barnacles.|
|The propellor, which needs a rebuild. Ray removed it (with great difficulty) and we brought it home in our suitcase.|
|46 feet long, 13.5 feet wide, 17 ton vessel being moved to her land home. It's always a little scary to watch.|
|Line up of boats stored on jack stands for hurricane season.|
|Last night at Nanny Cay. See you next year !|