Hope Town - 2017
Apr 11 thru Apr 13
|I think this image captured from the lighthouse captures the essence |
of Hope Town. The population of the village of
Hope Town was 458 in 2010.
|Waterfront businesses install ladders on their docks (usually |
constructed from 2x6's) for their customers who
come by dinghies and other small boats.
|We carry two 5-gallon fresh water jugs that we can empty |
into our onboard water tanks to extend our capacity a
little. Here Maggie is pouring water into the
deck fill connection for our starboard tank.
|The best conch fritters I've ever tasted were served at Harbor's |
Edge in Hope Town! You could actually
taste the conch in them.
|This is simply a nice and peaceful side lawn for one of |
the waterfront homes along Bay Street.
|I consider my boating skills to be pretty good but this guy's are |
exceptional--he spends a lot of time every day traveling
by skiff across the harbor in Hope Town.
|I don't think there is anything more beautiful than |
a sunrise or sunset over palm trees.
|Speaking of simple pleasures...|