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Bahamas 2008- Log E
George Town to Harbour Island
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Sunday June 28th
In Port - Exuma Docking
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St Andrew's Church
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St Andrew's Church
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Chat and Chill Pig Roast
In Port - Exuma Docking Service - George Town - (242) 336-2578
 
it was another overcast day due to Invest 93L .. "but a cloudy day in the Bahamas is better than a sunny day at the office" .. again no rain and the clouds were broken so we still ended up with periods of blue sky ..
 
we attended the 1100 service at St Andrew's Church in George Town where Fr. Tellison Glover from Freeport, Grand Bahama was the guest preacher and we were welcomed by Rev'd Willish Johnson .. we also received hugs from everyone in the congregation during the Greeting of Peace ..
 
after they finished snorkeling on a nearby reef Steve, Marny, Clay and Rita-Kay met up with us at Chat & Chill for their Sunday afternoon Pig Roast on the Beach .. we devoured a humongous plate of roast pork, peas 'n rice, mac 'n cheese and cold slaw and knew we didn't have to worry about fixing anything for dinner ..
 
after a quick dip in the water we took off in the dinghy and headed down to check out the new development at Crab Cay .. the construction is pretty much proceeding at a Bahamian pace .. that is to say not much is   happening at this time .. but it is a very pretty spot and looks fairly well protected ..
 
ended the evening with a brief cruise planning session aboard DEE LIGHT for the next leg of our trip .. DEE LIGHT will leave for Cat Cay in the morning and SONG OF THE SEA will wait for their parts delivery and catch up with us at Cat .. CARLEIGH will either leave mid-morning or wait and leave with SONG OF THE SEA ..
 
Rita-Kay got some good pointers and tips from Marv on using her digital camera and the Corel Paint Shop Pro Photoshop Program .. later Gordon and Nancy on MISS ANNE stopped over to get some local knowledge about some of the cays and anchorages as they too will be headed back north tomorrow ..  
 
Monday June 29th
Travel - George Town to Cat Island
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Hawk's Nest Marina
 
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Hawk's Nest Marina's Harbormaster - Jerry
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dinner aboard DEE LIGHT
Travel - George Town to Cat Island - 45 nautical miles
 
at about 0600 a heavy band of rain showers passed thru but by the time we were ready to leave all that was left were high clouds and hazy sunshine .. after checking out at the Marina Office and talking to SONG OF THE SEAS and CARLEIGH we left the Marina on a rising tide at about 0900 ..  the waters were very calm with only 1 footers and gentle rollers all the way to Cat Island and we arrived at Hawk's Nest Marina at 1200 ..
 
after checking in Marv walked up to Sharkey's Lounge near the fuel dock .. they only use this building during the two fishing tournaments held here but they have a bar and tables and Marv was able to repair the HughesNet System .. so there is now Internet Service near the Marina .. the only other Internet Service is at the Hawk's Nest main lodge  ..since the others would not be arriving until later in the day Carol put together dinner for this evening and found time to peruse some of the the books in the Borrow Library to read .. after we finished our chores we used the complimentary bicycles to ride up to the Lodge and check out the Gift Shop and say hello to their resident poodle Salty  ..   
 
when we got back to the marina at 1600 CARLEIGH was just clearing the entrance to the Marina and SONG OF THE SEAS arrived at 1700 .. after getting settled and cleaned up we all met on the aft deck of DEE LIGHT for cocktails and dinner .. while we were having cocktails both the local Bread Lady stopped by with her freshly baked bread and Reverend Johnson came by with a Pickup Truck an and assortment of fresh fruit and vegetables  .. 
 
we all enjoyed a casual and relaxing dinner aboard DEE LIGHT while we making plans for the rest of our stay here at Hawk's Nest .. 
Tuesday June 30th
In Port - Hawk's Nest Marina
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Autumn's Ya Mon!
Bahamian look
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Clay's harem
In Port - Hawk's Nest Marina - (242)  342-7050
 
we awoke to partly cloudy skies and listened to the Sport fishing boats heading out to enjoy another day of  fishing that this area is known for .. they have been catching lots of dolphin, tuna and yellowtail snapper ..
 
Steve wanted to finish up a couple of chores on SONG OF THE SEA so we left him puttering at the dock while the rest of us loaded up the dinghy LIL DEE and headed out to explore Hawk's Nest Creek .. very pretty area surrounded by mangroves but quite shallow .. we then headed out the inlet but found it was too rough to venture very far .. especially with 5 people in the dink we figured we'd probably wind up in the drink! .. so we headed back in while we watched the 65 foot Grand Alaskan ABSOLUTE negotiate the inlet .. since the winds had picked up we limited our exploring to the couple of beaches near the inlet and saw a 4 foot barracuda check us out as we were leaving in the dinghy ..
 
.. after returning from our outing we had a quick snack on board and then took the bicycles up to the Lodge where they have a lovely pool and beach area .. we spent a couple of hours relaxing around and in the pool before heading back to the boats to change for dinner .. 
 
we ended the evening with the crews of SONG OF THE SEAS and DEE LIGHT having cocktails and dinner at the Hawk's Nest Lodge ..
Wednesday July 01st
Travel - Hawk's to The Bight and back to Hawk's Nest
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   DEE LIGHT heading back
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Hawk's Nest Lobby
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   new Office and Gift Shop
Travel - Hawk's to The Bight and back to the Hawk's Nest Marina - 25 nautical miles
 
looked to be a beautiful day to travel to The Bright .. sunny but the winds had picked up quite a bit .. DEE LIGHT left the dock at 0930 with CARLEIGH not far behind .. headed out the inlet and around the point to the east side of Cat Island .. the sun was shining but there was also quite a bit of haze on the horizon which we later found out was the effect of African Dust coming off the continent (hopefully this will keep the tropical storms from forming) .. as we neared the anchorage at about 1000 the winds were from the SSE and the waves were pushing 2 foot plus rollers with whitecaps on top into the beach .. it soon became obvious that it would not be comfortable or prudent to try to anchor at The Bright .. so the captain made the decision to turn around and hailed Hawk's Nest to arrange for dockage as we returned to the marina .. CARLEIGH was about 5 miles behind so they tucked into shore between the coral reef and the beach and decided to anchor there ..  SONG OF THE SEA had not yet left and were still at the dock .. at about 1145 DEE LIGHT was re-docked at Hawk's Nest Marina and very "salt-encrusted" from the spray ..
 
Marv headed up to the lodge to complete some work on the internet and Carol took a walk on the beach on the east side of the island which is very rocky with limestone and found lots of sea sponge that had washed up with the surf and Marv helped carry back to the lodge .. eventually met up with Marny and Steve at the beach cabana and pool area...
 
after all the food of the last couple of days the crew of SONG OF THE SEAS opted for grilled hamburgers and cold Kalik on board while DEE LIGHT decided to have the conch fritters at the bar in the Lodge .. 
Thursday July 02nd
In Port - Hawk's Nest Marina
 
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The Hermitage
 
 
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the Crew
 
 
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lunch at Fernandez Bay Village
In Port - Hawk's Nest Marina - (242)  342-7050 - Steve's 65 birthday ..
 
the revised plan for today was to rent a van to tour The Hermitage at New Bight .. after hailing CARLEIGH to let them know we were on our way we left the marina at about 0930 .. we picked up Clay and Rita-Kay at the government dock to where they had dinghied in and drove to the base of Como Hill to climb the rocky footpath to the Mount Alvernia where The Hermitage is located .. the view from the top looking out over the surrounding waters and hills of Cat Island is magnificent and Father Jerome's vision and tremendous undertaking in his dedication to his faith is simply awe-inspiring ..
 
after we toured The Hermitage we headed north .. just past the airport at New Bight we turned onto a gravel road that led us to Fernandez Bay Village .. an absolute jewel of a small, intimate, private resort .. we enjoyed a drink at the outdoor tiki-bar which operates on the honor system and took our drinks out on the stone patio overlooking their spectacular beach where we enjoyed the view and the breeze off the water .. we then had lunch in the open air dining room with its soaring thatched roof and stone fireplace .. after lunch the gals checked out the gift shop and Marny selected a Cat Island t-shirt for Steve for his birthday .. Happy Birthday Steve!  Rita-Kay declared it was a most delightful lunch and we all agreed! ..
 
The Hermitage
Father Jerome's The Hermitage is located East of New Bight on the top of Como Hill .. The summit of Como Hill is the highest point ( 206 feet ) in the Bahamas .. as you climb up the Hill you come across Stations of the Cross that lead you to the Chapel, Bell Tower, Personal Living Quarters and Grave of Father Jerome .. he built The Hermitage at age 62 and lived there until his death at age 80 plus in the 1950's .. just Northwest of The Hermitage lies the Cave in which he lived while constructing his home ..
.. the 360 degree views from The Hermitage is breathtaking and well worth the trip ..
Friday July 03rd
Travel - The Bight to Eleuthera
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Cape Eleuthera Marina
 
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SONG OF THE SEAS
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dinner aboard DEE LIGHT
Travel - The Bight to Cape Eleuthera - 61 nautical miles
 
at 0630 SONG OF THE SEAS pulled away from the dock at Hawk's Nest Marina with DEE LIGHT leaving about 15 minutes later ..  skies were bright and clear with a few puffy clouds .. seas were about 1 1/2 to 2 footers all the way .. at 1030 we rounded Bamboo Point at the south end of Eleuthera Island and headed thru the channel to Cape Eleuthera Yacht Club at 1100 .. we were docked a short time later on the west side of marina with a nice breeze blowing off Exuma Sound ..    
 
 at 1430 SONG OF THE SEAS arrived and docked in the slip next to DEE LIGHT .. they had slowed to troll for fish but unfortunately had no luck today .. locals tell us that the weather is just a little too hot for the dolphin to bite ..but a couple of local divers came by in their skiff with freshly cleaned conch still moving in the bucket so we picked up a dozen and used 4 small ones to make salad and froze the rest for chowder later ..
 
Carol made a pasta salad in anticipation of having fresh fish for dinner .. instead we had marinated salmon filets from the freezer aboard DEE LIGHT and Marny made a key lime pie for dessert ..  we all decided to call it an early evening after the having had an early start this morning and watched the news of Sarah Palin's sudden resignation as governor of Alaska .. this is the first time we have had a TV signal since leaving Cave Cay on the 22nd of May .. Marny was the only one who stayed up to catch some local fireworks that were shot off and snapped a couple of photos ..
 
Saturday July 04th
In Port - Cape Eleuthera Marina
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she looks good in the Bahamas
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Autumn ready for the 04th
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4 Points Bar and Restaurant
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4 Points Bar and Restaurant
In Port - Cape Eleuthera Marina - (242) 359-7208 - www.capeeleuthera.com .. Day Number 60 of our cruise ..
 
received a cell call from CARLEIGH in the morning .. they are still anchored off Cat Island and hope to head up this way tomorrow morning .. in the meantime we all spent a leisurely morning in port catching up on this and that and talking with our dock neighbors here in the marina ..
 
after the captain hoisted Old Glory in honor of Independence Day we took a short walk to the beach .. unfortunately the beach cabana bar Barracuda's is presently closed but we ended up at Powell Point where we stopped in at the Bahama Coffee Co.  .. they are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner in addition to serving coffee, pastries and ice cream - they also have a full bar available .. Carol ordered coffee and cheesecake while Marv had 3 scoops of Edy's Carmelious ice cream as we sat on the patio overlooking the marina ..    
 
 .. Autumn got a much needed and appreciated bath this afternoon .. she let us "trim her bangs" a bit and she also got a new bandana for the 4th .. 
 
Steve rented a van thru the marina office and we took a drive up to 4 Points Bar and Restaurant at Rock Sound .. a very nice open-air facility right on the water .. we were hoping to hear a local Bahamian band who were scheduled to play but it was too rainy up at Harbour Island where they were coming from to make it by boat to Rock Sound .. we stayed for a drink and a light bite and then headed back to Bahama Coffee Co. for ice cream ..
 
.. over dessert we had a chance to talk with B.T. Galloway who is the managing partner for Bahama Mobile Marine Service www.bahamamobilemarine.com .. they are a brand new business based at Cape Eleuthera Marina and will be able to provide parts and ASE Certified marine diesel repair and maintenance for the southern Eleuthera and northern Exuma areas .. a very welcome addition for the cruising community .. 
 
as we returned to the boat we knew Autumn would be anxious with all the fireworks being shot off again and  noticed that we had received quite a rain shower while we were away .. but our hearts sank when there was no sign of Autumn to greet us  .. as we called and called for her she would answer with an occasional "woof" but after frantically looking in all the nooks and crannies we still could not find her anywhere on the boat!  .. finally Carol opened the door leading into the engine room and there she was .. somehow she had managed to open the door and had crawled into the dark cubby area to wait out the fireworks and rain!  .. relieved we gave her a big hug and scratched her ears a bit before turning in for the evening ..
Sunday July 05th
In Port - Cape Eleuthera Marina
 
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CARLEIGH
 
 
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construction project at Cape
 
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the beach at the Cape
In Port - Cape Eleuthera Marina - (242) 359-7208 - www.capeeleuthera.com ..
 
at 0700 we received a cell call from CARLEIGH .. they were on the way to Cape Eleuthera and had just passed Little San Salvador where the cruise ships anchor out .. as Clay was unfamiliar with the approach to the marina we decided to wait for their arrival and stay available by radio until they got in ..
 
they have completed quite a lot of work at the marina since our visit last year .. when we were here they were about had completed about 40% of the perimeter seawall .. this year the wall is about 90% completed ..
 
Steve and Marny wanted to tour Eleuthera and check out some of the properties for sale as they have friends who have just recently purchased a lot somewhere around Rainbow Cay .. so they left in the van at about 0900 ..
 
at 1200 CARLEIGH arrived at the marina .. after getting settled and cleaned up they came over to DEE LIGHT where we had a late lunch and visited for a while .. later we took a walk on the beach while CARLEIGH took an afternoon nap .. we had a couple of the local fishermen stop by the boat offering fresh lobsters, conch and Nassau grouper .. we passed on the lobster and had plenty of conch but decided to stock the freezer with some fresh grouper ..
 
Steve and Marny returned to the marina around 1800 after driving all the way up to the Glass Window on the north end of Eleuthera which is just a narrow strip of land between the Exuma Sound and the Atlantic .. on the way they stopped at a intimate and charming resort called Cocodimama at Governor's  Harbour where they had a scrumptious lunch on their beautiful veranda ..
 
we all ended the evening with a walk over to the Bahama Coffee Co. for dessert and ice cream where we met up with B.T. Galloway who also joined us for a drink and conversation ..
Sunday July 05th
Steve and Marny's road trip
Road Trip - Steve and Marny's road trip thru Eleuthera
 
their notes .. log ..
 
Monday July 06th
In Port - Cape Eleuthera Marina
 
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Cape Eleuthera Institute
 
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Lisa and Josh from Cape Eleuthera Institute
 
 
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Cape Eleuthera Institute
 
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the Crew
 In Port - Cape Eleuthera Marina - (242) 359-7208 - www.capeeleuthera.com ..
 
at 0900 we walked up to the resort office to meet Leesa Fountain who had invited us to join her on a tour of The Island School and The Cape Eleuthera Institute ..
 
The Cape Eleuthera Institute  ( http://www.ceibahamas.org/ ) The Island School is a semester program for high school students and CEI is a world-renowned research facility that promotes conservation, sustainability and natural resource management and integrates research, education, and conservation to help foster the sustainable use of our marine resources.  The goal of the CEI is to generate a better understanding of the  history and ecology of Eleuthera and The Bahamas and increase awareness for management and conservation of our natural resources. The intrinsic bond between primary research and education helps to create models of effective resource management and sustainable development. In turn, these model systems help to enhance conservation initiatives and economic prosperity at local, regional, and global scales. The Cape Eleuthera Institute acts as a hub for exploration, primary research, and information exchange.
 
we toured the Sustainable Food Production Program utilizing aquaponics which produces fresh tilapia and daily greens for the school and community  -  the various other programs include Shark Ecology and Conservation Research,  the Ocean Farm - a pilot project to grow cobia in an offshore cage 100 meters from the wall of the Exuma Sound,  the Flats Ecology and Conservation Program to track and tag bonefish and other wild animals in their natural environment, Coral Reef Surveys, the Green Living Program making it one of the most low-impact campuses in the world, and Archeological Exploration and Surveying .. visitors are welcome and encouraged to tour any and all of the various programs ..
 
upon our arrival we were met by Josh who is in charge of all the landscaping and the sustainable horticulture program at the Institute .. he showed us the tilapia breeding and grow tanks and explained how they are used for the aquaponics program for growing salad greens, basil and other herbs ..  finally we were handed scissors and invited to clip some of the fresh greens to take with us .. but not before they were rinsed, put thru the salad spinner and neatly bagged up for us .. Josh also told us about the arrangement they have made with the Princess Cruise Line .. they drop off the used cooking oil from their ships and the Institute uses it to make biodiesel fuel to run all of their vehicles  .. pretty cool! 
 
again we all ended the evening with a walk over to the Bahama Coffee Co. for dessert and ice cream where we met up with B.T. Galloway who also joined us for a drink and conversation ..
Tuesday July 07th
Travel - Eleuthera Spanish Wells
 
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Spanish Wells
 
Michael Jackson Memorial Service Program
 
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homemade ice cream parlor
Travel - Cape Eleuthera to Spanish Wells ..
 
we departed Cape Eleuthera at 0845 and headed out from Powell Point for our trip to Spanish Wells  .. the weather was perfect with about 1 - 2 seas on our stern and a light breeze .. we threaded our way thru narrow Current Cut at 1200 and arrived at Spanish Wells at 1300 ..
 
 after getting docked with the assistance of Tudwell at Spanish Wells Yacht Haven the Michael Jackson Memorial Service was just getting started so we watched the very moving and emotional service on CNN while waiting for the arrival on SONG OF THE SEA at about 1630 .. Marny's description of their trip was "7 1/2 hours of total boredom with 15 minutes of sheer terror" as they made it thru the Current Cut! 
 
we rented a golf cart and took a quick trip to the bakery and the Food Fair grocery store which is very well stocked - looks like one of Publix's smaller stores .. then drove down to the wharf and stopped in at R & B Boatyard .. we got some info on bottom paint that Clay wanted and found out they are able to make up the high pressure hoses that Steve needs for his boat ..
 
when we returned from our errand we found out Autumn had jumped ship again  .. and the 2 BIG German Sheppards across the dock seemed to be eyeing her as a mid-afternoon snack .. Marny got her back to the safety of DEE LIGHT by bribing her with a treat ..
 
we all drove back to the Anchor Restaurant on the wharf for dinner .. grilled dolphin, mac 'n cheese, plantains and quesadillas  .. we then stopped at the little roadside stand for homemade ice cream  (tonight's flavors were chocolate and cherry .. tomorrow we will go back for dilly and coconut) they offer drive- up service but we enjoyed ours at the stand visiting with a couple from Ft. Lauderdale who Steve and Marny had met at the marina while in Nassau ..
Wednesday July 08th
In Port - Spanish Wells
 
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the birthday gal
 
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Ponderosa Shell Shop
 
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birthday cupcakes
In Port - Spanish Wells Yacht Haven - (242) 333-4255 .. Carol's birthday ..
 
Steve made it to R&B Marine to get his high-pressure hose made up and found good news and BAD news .. R&B can make up the needed hose but not until he gets one crucial piece ( a 90 degree elbow ) from Nassau that was out of stock  .. Steve does not want to travel with SONG OF THE SEAS until the needed repairs are completed so he checked with the Dockmaster and found that they are able to stay here until their boat is repaired .. fortunately the part should be in sometime today .. since they were staying an extra day or two they spent some time with a local realtor who took them to see look at some available properties in Spanish Wells and Russell Island which is reached by a small bridge ..
 
we also made a run to the hardware store and Carol picked out a Bahama Independence Day t-shirt for her birthday at one of the local shops .. we also visited with Mrs. Roy Roberts at the Ponderosa Shell Shop .. she has an amazing selection of local shells and we picked out a great assortment including a 6-pointed starfish .. we then took a drive over to Russell Island which has quite of few banana and mango groves .. in one mango grove all of the trees had blown over and were lying on their side with the roots exposed but they still were loaded with fruit .. quite an interesting sight!  On the way back to Spanish Wells we stopped at the local park and beach .. a really great beach area with showers and clean, modern restrooms .. also picnic tables and chairs and lots of shady space where we sat as we watched some local children at play on the beach ..
 
BIT OF TRIVIA - did you know that on today at 5 minutes and 6 seconds after 0400, ON THE 8th of July, the time and Date will be 04:05:06 07-08-09 .. this will not happen again for one thousand years .. ie 3009 
before dinner Marny and Steve stopped by DEE LIGHT with a plate of cupcakes for the birthday girl and then we all headed off for The Anchor Restaurant on the Wharf .. again we had the local grilled fish .. and yes ice cream at Papa's Scoops ..
Thursday July 09th
Travel - Spanish Wells to Harbour Island
  
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Ole Pot
 
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Ole Pot and Carol
 
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rare 6 point Starfish
 
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Dana and Gary
Travel - Spanish Wells to Harbour Island - 12 Nautical Miles 
 
we got up early to get checked out and get the boat ready for our trip thru the Devil's Backbone to Valentine's Marina at Harbour Island  .. while we waited for Ole Pot who would be our pilot for the trip - we chatted with the folks who were docked next to us .. they had spent a couple months on their boat at Legacy Marina during the winter of 2003 and remembered DEE LIGHT ..
 
we left the dock at 0830 and as soon as we cleared the docks Ole Pot secured his boat the stern of DEE LIGHT and took the helm for our trip ..
 
The Devil's Backbone .. most cruising boats elect to secure the services of a pilot to take them safely through the intricate and frightful stretch of water along the northernmost shoreline of Eleuthera known as the Devil's Backbone .. the passage is the only route between Spanish Wells and Harbour Island and is awe-inspiring in the contrast of its beauty and its danger with golden coral heads set between the shoreline and the glimmering turquoise sea and the prudent mariner will rely on the expertise of a local pilot for transiting this route ..
 
after Ole Pot left us at Valentine's Marina and we were docked with the assistance of Marcus by 0930 .. we checked in at the office and then gave DEE LIGHT a much need wash down - stem to stern .. and stowed many of the shells we have picked up on our travels ..
 
Gary and Dana from PIRATE'S PLEASURE stopped by DEE LIGHT and we spent some time catching up with news of mutual boating friends from Legacy Marina when they spent the winter in Ft. Myers on their boat - they now have a place in Lighthouse Point, FL  ..
 
later we walked up to the office to rent a golf cart and took a drive thru the town of Dunmore ..we stopped at the Pink Beach and at Sip Sip but they are only open for lunch .. we also stopped in at the Ocean View Resort next door - a beautiful spot where they serve lunch and dinner by reservation only .. we ended up on the terrace at the Harbour Lounge for Portobello Mushroom Alfredo and Grouper Beignets - Delicious!  
 
after dinner we stopped by the park where they were holding a community gospel sing as a kick-off for the Independence Day Celebrations and stayed for part of the service .. after about 2230 we decided to head back to the marina but the celebration was still going strong ..  
 
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