Unbelievably calm water and no wind. We could see the bottom all of the way into Marsh Harbor. Angie has FINALLY seen some turtles and the water temp is above 70! We are getting more accustomed to anchoring and mooring inside harbors where everyone seems to be so close together.
We had a couple of days of walking into town from the dinghy dock, toting two big blue storage tubs with a collapsible roller cart and restocking items for the next 3 months. It was good to get out and walk around and exercise a bit; However, we greatly appreciated a person offering us a ride for one of the many trips. We also found the local Just Chicken lunch spot (lunch under $50!), and we finally straightened out the Bahama wifi hot spot, we think. We had to break down and buy another phone. It seems that ATT was suppose to give us a second code to unlock the wifi hotspot tethering. We didn’t have time to wait for THAT unlock code to be sent in yet another 5 days. We are hoping the new set-up will give us what we need when we are more remote.
It took Mark over 5 hours to book flights, so it appears that the internet service is going to be a work of patience the rest of the trip. After dropping the majority of the rest of our cruising “kitty” on reprovisioning, we decided it was time to go find some less inhabited islands again.
We had a fabulous sunset in the harbor with conch shell horns blowing all around us.