Jim's sister Denise, her husband Mark and son Gavin joined us for a couple of days on the boat. This is the first time we have met Gavin so we…
Trying to make our stay in the Abacos last longer, we have been dragging our feet by only traveling a short twelve miles to Guana Cay on our first travel day as we migrate north back up the Sea of Abaco.
Tightly secured to a mooring ball we dinghied to shore at low tide to explore a beach side restaurant/bar called Grabbers as well as the ocean-side party bar, Nippers. We are only staying one night so we just had the afternoon to reacquaint ourselves with Great Guana Cay.
We remembered this tractor (below-left) from our last visit here and we were intrigued by the Poisonwood tree (below-right). It actually is a poisonous tree and you should not even touch it.
Need a STOP sign? Got a can of spray paint? We got a kick out of this stop sign (below-right). It certainly is simple, as life in general seems to be here, and must have saved the town some $$$s.