So we headed over to the bar to quench our thirst. It is like a mini resort they rent out the cabins and the restaurant and atmosphere is to die for.
They have all these walkways which you could get lost in.
The lady went and got Kerry to help tell us where we might find lobster to hunt. He gave Eric his spots to check out. Great people so friendly and charming.
Eric and Pam Pier Pressure and then all of us. Doesn’t John look happy the Virgin Gorda shirt still fits.
Then back to the boat for another sunset. You can see exactly where our boat is.
As you can see it is a little overcast so that means a free boat wash tonite.
Eric and Pam went in search of lobster and John and I did clean up on the boat spent most of the day working. Now it is nighttime again and here are some more pictures.
When I got up in the morning I was able to catch the sunrise and if you look at the pictures closely you will see a rainbow. Hard to take a picture of a rainbow when it is cloudy.
Check it out in the middle of the picture.
Enjoy I know I am.
3 thoughts on “MacDuff’s”
Gosh Kara. It is so beautiful. So beautiful.
Haha, what were you smoking when you saw the rainbow in that picture Kara! LOL
Does Mc Duff still sell their burgers for $20.00? John, try the anchorage at the bottom of the island in the cut, between Norman’s and Wax Key if you have a chance. It is a great anchorage, protected from all sides and you can see the submerged airplane there as well and have happy hour at the one palm tree island. Nice to see you guys absolutely smitten by the Exumas! They are our favourites. Be safe and fair winds.
Glad u two r having a good time, beautiful