Who needs sunscreen when you have awesome looking UV rated clothes? Always looking great, Ann.
Black Point Settlement, population 414, is the home of Club Scorpio, serving the best rum drinks on the island.
Celebrating Pride Week, thanks Michael Gillespie for the rainbow umbrella. It provides good shade on the back porch.
Another serene evening, Anchoring with Tonto’s Reward is so peaceful. Life is good!
Wild pigs – Big Major Cay
The feral pigs are said to have been dropped off on Big Major Cay by a group of sailors who wanted to come back and cook them, but never returned. Another legend has it that the pigs were survivors of a shipwreck and managed to swim to shore. Others suggest that the pigs were part of a business scheme to attract tourists to the Bahamas. Given the number of shore excursions to the beach everyday, it appears to be a highly profitable venture for tour operators.
Swimming with the Piggies
Rick and Dale took Maddie on a dinghy ride to see the Pigs. Poor Little Maddie was completely terrified by the pigs, who aggressively tried to climb onto the boat. The plan to swim with the piggies was abruptly abandoned.
Don’t be fooled. These are not domestic pets. On the beach you will find more than 40 pigs, of all shapes and sizes. The pigs eat, swim, produce tootsie rolls, scrounge for more food, swim again, sleep, repeat.
Swim at your own risk. We stayed inside the boat.
We enjoyed a very Special dinner with Tonto’s Reward at the stunning Fowl Cay resort.
Rick, Mary, Gail, David, Ann and Dale.
Stunning view from Fowl Cay.
Thunderball Grotto – Staniel Cay
If you are an old school James Bond fan, you might recall the magnificent underwater caves. More amazing than we could have ever imagined, we snorkeled into the spectacular caves at low tide 🐟. Sorry we don’t have any pictures from inside. You have to experience this natural wonder!!
Surrounded by calm waters it was Paddle board time.
Thanks Steve Hunt.
Good night Piggies.
Happy birthday Joe Occhino. June 26
Happy anniversary Jamie and David. June 27
Today we are super sad to say goodbye to Ann and Dale. The concert was much too short.
Next stop: somewhere between here and there. Anchoring out in the Bahamas. Everything is good.