Dad was up early while we were in Morgan’s Bluff in Andros. He likes fly fishing for bone fish. But the only thing he came back with was a broken prop. He says a sand colored rock took a chip out of one of the Read More
Bodin is playing the ukulele while I write. Mom asked how I felt to leave Lantana, and I said it was like “noooo and yessss” at the same time. You don’t want to leave, but you’re excited to go. Bodin says he kinda Read More
I went to see street art and I made some too at the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival. The streets were closed. The artists were using pastels and chalk to make art right on the road. Even the artists’ Read More

First time surfing ever!

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We went to John D. MacArthur Beach State Park on Singer Island in Palm Beach to try surfing. People can go surfing, kayaking, swimming, paddle boarding and fishing here. We parked and had a long walk to the beach. Read More
We arrived at the Hurricane Hole Marina in Nassau and tied up the boat. Then we got ready. We walked down the dock. The staff at the marina gave us a ride in the golf cart to Atlantis. When we finally got to the Read More
This whole area is filled with spectacular underwater sites. The “Sea Aquarium” is just off the west side of O’Brien Cay and across from Johnny Depp’s island Little Hall’s Pond Cay. When we dive over the sides of Read More
Dad drives the dinghy across the channel to Great Guana Cay. It takes about nine minutes. We put one anchor on the beach and one out in the sand next to Oven Rock. We walk down the beach and see an arrow pointing to Read More
We’re in Little Farmer’s Cay and people have told us that we could swim with turtles here. So we finally did it. We went in, just past the government dock and tied our dinghy up to Captain Conch’s dock. We met Deno Read More
We feel the pull of Georgetown. It’s time for the Family Island Regatta — the oldest regatta in the Bahamas where traditional sloops from all over the islands come to compete. Weather is mild and seas are nearly Read More