Man-O-War to Little Harbour - 2017
|This photo shows us safely moored in Little Harbor. It is protected |
from winds in any direction and is between 10 and 14 feet
deep once passed the sand bar at the entrance.
|The mooring markers for Pete's Pub look like an old truck tire |
filled with floatation foam and a wooden top
with Pete's Pub carved into it.
|The beautiful turquoise waves from the ocean roll in breaking on |
the rocks and sandy beach areas between them.
|This was a glob of various colored line that was washed up on |
the beach on the ocean side of Little Harbor.
|This is the bar at Pete's Pub. The floor is beach sand and the roof |
rafters are covered with used t-shirts from all
over the eastern seaboard.
|A small lizard hangs out in the mouth of a bronze |
swordfish sculpture outside of the gallery.
|The entire mooring field at Little Harbour, looking from Pete's Pub.|
|I like this little yellow house on the hill just to the north of our |
mooring--it could catch a breeze from any direction.
The entrance to Little Harbour is on
the left side of this image.
|This is a view looking out to the harbor through the palm trees |
in front of the gallery. This could be a postcard.
|This is a guy that I believe does the gardening |
around Pete's Pub. He was waiting for his
lunch. The colorful t-shirts were
hanging from the ceiling
above the bar.
|This is just another view of the ocean beach and the beautiful |
turquoise waves breaking ahead of the
rocks on the shore.
|Tonight's sunset was spectacular!|
Tomorrow was supposed to be our last full day in Little Harbour but we decided to stay a little longer than we planned. We have plenty of water, food, spare time, and clean laundry--so, why not?