Tag Archives: Andros

Empty Docks and Derelect Boats


March 21: Traveling by sailboat, we see the harsh reality of economic recession. It seems worse in the Bahamas than the U.S. They are dependent on our tourism. People are anchoring out to save money, hotels with entire sections closed, … Continue reading

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Back to the land of free water


March 22: We had a weather window Monday and made the crossing from Grand Bahama Island to Lake Worth, Florida┬áin 9 1/2 hours. We left our lovely marina at first light, 6:50 am. Winds were forecasted to be East, 13-16 … Continue reading

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A Funeral Party


Nov. 25: You want a setting for a scene in your novel that depicts total isolation. You think Fresh Creek, Andros, may be the place. The ferry leaves from Potter’s Cay, a working port connected by a causeway to Nassau. … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Bahamas Style


Nov. 24: Since we celebrated my birthday Russia style with vodka, it seemed we should celebrate Thanksgiving Bahamian style with cracked conch, peas and rice, and coleslaw. All this and more at the Poop Deck in Nassau. So, how did … Continue reading

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