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The "Glass Widow" with the surf breaking through the opening.
The "Glass Widow" with the surf breaking through the opening.
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We came across two pods of dolphins as we went south along the west side of Eleuthera.
We came across two pods of dolphins as we went south along the west side of Eleuthera.
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The view of Governors Harbor from the top of the hill. It was the first seat of government in the Bahamas and was settled about 1649 by the Eleutheran Adventurers!
The view of Governors Harbor from the top of the hill. It was the first seat of government in the Bahamas and was settled about 1649 by the Eleutheran Adventurers!
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One of the many beautiful houses in Governors Harbor.
One of the many beautiful houses in Governors Harbor.
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Mark and Joyce from the trawler "Winnie the Pooh" have become good friends and we have buddy "sailed" with them for this part of our trip.
Mark and Joyce from the trawler "Winnie the Pooh" have become good friends and we have buddy "sailed" with them for this part of our trip.
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With Mark and Joyce we walked across to the Atlantic side of Eleuthera to see the pink sand beach. It does look a little pink but not much. This is the site of a now defunct Club Med that was wiped out by Hurricane Floyd.
With Mark and Joyce we walked across to the Atlantic side of Eleuthera to see the pink sand beach. It does look a little pink but not much. This is the site of a now defunct Club Med that was wiped out by Hurricane Floyd.
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Sue at the pink sand beach.
Sue at the pink sand beach.
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"Winnie the Pooh" which Mark built from a sailboat that was badly damaged in a hurricane. He did a beautiful job and spent 8,000 hours on it!
"Winnie the Pooh" which Mark built from a sailboat that was badly damaged in a hurricane. He did a beautiful job and spent 8,000 hours on it!
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The trawler "Sea Dweller" was originally built as a shrimp boat and later converted to a very livable home afloat.
The trawler "Sea Dweller" was originally built as a shrimp boat and later converted to a very livable home afloat.
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