Little Harbour - 2017
Mar 29 & Mar 30
|This is a photograph taken of Pete's Pub after sundown last night from |
our dinghy. Pete's Pub certainly gets a lot of business in the
evenings from cruisers in the harbor to people who
drive down from Marsh Harbour,
about 45 minutes away.
|This is the edge of the patch of sargassum as it neared our boat.|
|We went into Pete's Pub again today for lunch. This is a |
view of the harbor from the upper deck.
|This is one of the newest cottages along the road into Pete's Pub. |
It is very small as far as living space and has a
cistern under the raised living area.
|This is a beautiful little turquoise cottage a little further down the road.|
|Residents of this little bit bigger yellow cottage proclaim |
that they are "living the dream."
|This creature was watching us walk down the |
road--I call her Sally Float Face.
Today is Thursday, March 30, and I think our boat has been here in Little Harbour longer than any other cruising boat (during the time we've been here at least). A number of boats left the harbor this morning just before high tide. The wind is blowing at about 12 knots out of the south and it is cool (around 73 degrees) but it will warm up to near 80 degrees by this afternoon. The forecast for the remainder of the week is pretty much of the same but with a 40% chance of rain showers on Saturday. We will probably leave Little Harbour (somewhat reluctantly, remember that we are low on bread) on Saturday morning an hour or so before high tide (which is at 12:28 PM). (The timing of high tide moves ahead by about one hour each day.)
|Now, this is my idea of an office!|