Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Happy belated Valentine’s Day!  It was a fun-filled day of running, walking, cleaning, snorkeling and ended with a fabulous 4 course meal at the Bluff House Resort with great friends!

Charlie has discovered a new hobby and I am thrilled!!  Snorkeling!!! So Tuesday he had the opportunity to join a group of guys for a day of diving (not him) and snorkeling (yes him)!! I was invited but felt strongly that it should be a guys’ trip.  He had a marvelous time and is getting more and more comfortable with the deep water part…and swimming above the sharks!  So happy for his new discovery of underwater fun…and thrilled to have a snorkeling buddy!!

Underwater selfie

Divers on the bottom (approx 40')

SHARK!! But waaay down on the bottom...

Never fear, I was completely entertained with a few chores on the boat and a much needed 4 ½ mile run/walk.  No I didn’t take a camera but trust me…there’s plenty of wilderness in the Bahamas.  And they need rain…because of the non-existent asphalt in Treasure Cay I was a dusty gray from head to foot upon my return.  But that was just fine, I enjoyed every step!

The evening was topped off with a delicious 4 course meal at the resort;  spinach salad with balsamic dressing, flaming lobster bisque, grouper (me) and prime rib (he), finished with Tiramisu.  Not only was the food top-notch the company was even better – Rascal’s Retreat, Moni Jean and MaryAnn (a real person) shared in the fun…and nobody brought a camera!  I guess getting dressed up and wearing jewelry put everyone’s focus on the moment!!

As I write this Charlie is on yet another adventure with some more loopers who arrived last night.  They are lobster hunting!!!  I wonder what’s for dinner??

We are tied securely to the dock at Bluff House and the wind is increasing.  Predicted thunderstorms for this evening and tomorrow then clearing by Friday morning.  All is well!

God Bless…

PS...He's back from the adventure...grilled cheese for dinner!!!  But I'm thankful to see him - rough seas in a 10' dinghy!! 

The Lobster Hunters!!!

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