Adventures of Adirondack

Adventures of Adirondack

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Naked Nitting

It may look like Sally has clothing on here in this classic knitting pose, but she doesn't. It was a very clever bit of photoshopping I did to get her covered her up, don't you think? It's just unbelievable what we will do to get folks to look at our blogs.

The first shot is our friendly iguana who followed me all the way down the beach out here on Bitter Guana Cay. There were quite a few of them out here. I'm not sure just what this one was trying to do. The second is the famous "Knaked Knitting" shot of Sally, the third of me enjoying the beach. How could I have mixed those up? This was a phenomenal beach on a phenomenal day and we still can't believe we had the place to ourselves all morning.

We are still on Staniel Cay waiting for the wind to switch around so we can move south and check out more islands. There has been a couple cold fronts involving west winds which we want to hide from, and this anchorage is the perfect spot, with access to town and free water (water down here is usually $0.40 - 0.50/gallon) from our friends, as well as great protection, great snorkeling,best  no bugs and free wifi. And if you're going to be trapped by wind in the Exumas, Staniel Cay is the place to be trapped. Friday supposedly will bring a return to regular east winds and we will move south.

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