Back in Georgetown heading to the dinghy dock - Captain needs a fishing spear from local hardware store called "Top to Bottom" (and believe they have at least one of everything you could imagine) also Deb's hoping for Skim Milk at the Exuma Market - lucky us we found both!
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
The 18th we finally cut the lines and pulled away from Emerald Bay and the many amenities it has to offer. A note for Istaboa the surge is not a rumor - it is significant in an eastern sea, but manageable. We had a great time while there - the Sunday evening Jets vs Patriots game on the 50" TV, complete with delicious appetizers and BYOB - was a great opportunity to meet the other boaters and get our football fix . The morning we left, however, we found out the Veda L had just pulled in (our Krogen friends from our home town) and again, we are just two ships that pass in the night. One of these days we will spend sometime together. Motored back down to Georgetown for the night and then on a great weather window we headed southeast to Long Island to see what we can see.
Posted by Rick, Deb and Izzy aboard M/V Broulee at 11:59 AM