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Monday, December 14, 2015

Alone Again

We were all alone at Rudder Cay yesterday, almost all alone for a short trip out in the Exuma Sound this morning (we saw one boat behind us for a brief period), and now all alone anchored off a beach on Lee Stocking Island. It is not us. It is that there just does not seem to be very many boats in the Bahamas right now. I saw seven boats at Pigs Beach when we went by, only seven in Black Point. When there was over a 100 boats at Black Point one year, there were seven boats in here at Lee Stocking Island. I guess the math sort of reasons out that we would be alone. Plus, it was rather nasty out on the Sound. Very few are many willing to transit these seas.

Not sure how long we will be here before we have a decent opportunity to head further south. I can see my hopes melting away about being at Long Island before Christmas. That is OK. We will be where we will be, and we are quite happy to be there!

The dinghy is launched, finally. So we are off for a walk.

Love to all,

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