Marsh Harbour to Allans-Pensacola - 2017
|These signs greeted us at the beach on No Name Cay.|
|This was a male and a female pig wading into the water. |
They were having a private moment, away from
the the little ones on the beach.
|This pig was particularly interested in our dinghy. Maybe she |
thought she could find some better food there.
|Maggie is feeding this pig some watermelon rind |
that we brought from the boat. S/v Rainy
Days is anchored in the background.
|There were lots of little pigs--this pair was particularly |
good at begging for food.
|A flock of shore birds flew in perfect formation along pig beach.|
|The large lighter area in the water is the sand pit |
where are anchor is very well dug in.
|S/v Rainy Days is on the far left side of this image |
of the Allans-Pensacola Cay anchorage.
It is funny that out here in the middle of nowhere we can get enough of a cell signal through BTC to get internet access. We only have one bar but there is no other usage.
|Our sign for placement on the signing tree here |
on Allans-Pensacola Cay.
|Dusk in the anchorage at Allans-Pensacola Cay.|
Stay tuned for us adding our sign to the signing tree tomorrow...
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