Island style Health and Safety at Work
AND I have to wonder who filed the COSHH assessment and RISK assessment. Carrying all that fuel as deck cargo.
Hey it is the Caribbean.
Good Snorkeler Spot
Lunch at the Slipway Restaurant
Jan says 'yummy' to the Tuna Sandwich with veggies. Their burger bun was unlike those found in the US....a pleasant surprise. The tuna was done to perfection as was the small chocolate dessert, with the flavor of Grenada chocolate very apparent. The décor was terrific: tables made of 2 x 4s with wider boards painted white on top, some supported with the base of an old planner, an ancient band saw for decoration, an old rudder post, and a traditional wooden rowboat in the rafters. Bare feet and dogs allowed....and did I mention, we were a few feet from the surf? Good food and a lovely ambiance! Transportation to and from was, of course, via the dingy.
Cruiser's Support Net
A Distress Call on the VHS from s/v Moody Finn up at Sandy Island in dire need of a gallon of gasoline for the dingy motor. Skipper, dad, had two toddler's aboard who badly needed to go ashore to stretch their legs when it was discovered that the last batch of gasoline was not of the best quality.
As we thought about the short trip up to Union Island tomorrow the Lords and Ladies of the evening put on a show.
It gets pretty colourfull out here you know.
Last thought. Who can identify this object