|Everyone stayed in their undies that morning for good luck. It worked!
|This is the one that almost got away and the "three sharks were circling us" story no mother wants to hear. A little team effort and some quick action brought in this large grouper with everyone's limbs still attached.
|The kids went over to Renegade to watch Dirk clean the fish and meet their cat, Captain Butters. These vacuum cleaners always show up when there's a fish carcass in the water.
|More goodies. We had a fish and lobster feast with Dirk and Nancy.
|A pain to cook but absolutely delicious!
|There are so many pristine beaches in the Bahamas. Unfortunately, though, most of the beaches on the windward side of the islands look like this. It's horrifying how much plastic shit and fishing netting washes ashore. Just sayin'
|Always catching stuff. This crab was so annoyed it was waving a stick at us! Evelyn often rides her cardboard tube horse, Stormy, around since she can't get the real thing.
|Yup, we're watching you!
|Getting busted added to the hilarity. We don't even want to know.
|How could you possibly be bored when you can do THIS in Provo T&C? The excitement never stops.
|Snorkeling and collecting stinky stuff in the buff at Long Cay, Turks & Caicos where we spent one night after crossing the Caicos Bank.
|A long dinghy ride into South Caicos got us dinner at a restaurant in what seemed like a defunct hotel just up this road lined with more of da funk.
|Sunset dinghy ride back to Tangent waaaaayyy in the distance.
|A quick visit to the beach in the AM before heading to our next anchorage. The kids were sad to come across this pile of cleaned conch shells that were mostly smaller than legal size.
|On our way to Big Sand Cay we saw many whales breaching. We were never close enough to get a good picture. There's one out of the water if you look closely enough.
|Big Sand Cay: The last of our turquoise water and white sand beach anchorages for a while. Dominican Republic, here we come!