|This is a slipper (or Spanish ) lobster which has a shrimp-like texture. It's so unappealing in so many ways we never spoke of it again.
|Do you think it looks more like a clog or a phone? We know what Drew thinks.
|Time for some long overdue grooming. It was a great haircut...for a woman. For a woman who wants a Dorothy Hamill.
|Andy, Jeff and Drew had a great day! But it's just not fair to post this. We only get lobster when we don't have guests.
|Can we put Old Bay seasoning on this one, please?
|Evelyn and Stella watching the gross part.
|We really need to get a filet table.
|The kids used to love collecting hermit crabs at the beach in Fairfield. But we were all a bit squeamish about picking up the "big" ones.
|No snowmobiling? That's not cool!
|Trekking to the ocean side of Long Island.
|It was very windy but we found a perfect sheltered picnic spot.
|We'll always have...dick fingers
|The kids passed out while we played inappropriate card games late into the night.
|Dean's blue hole is the deepest blue hole in the world.
|Free diving competitions are held here. It just keeps going and going.
|If pictures had sound you'd hear three moms screaming "get away from the edge!" from the beach below.
|Yup, it's blue. And it's a hole.
|Leonard starts our tour of the caves the Lucayan Indians used as shelter. Jeff's face indicates the quality of Leonard's breath. Oof.
|Apparently the caves are still used as shelter during hurricanes.
|Some parts had sunlight coming through and other parts were really dark and we used headlamps and flashlights.
|Andy and Tangent were having a beard growing contest. Tangent won. Jeff helped Andy scrape and scrub the bottom which doesn't look like a kelp forest anymore. Time for some new bottom paint!
|Nassau Grouper season is officially open!
|Watching an attempt at netting a turtle.
|Everybody wants a chance to touch these amazing creatures.
|There's something about their eyes.
|Each kid got a chance to help measure, weigh and name a couple turtles.
|They're very strong and sometimes it takes two to hold them in place.
|On our last day we said goodbye to Slacker and Piper. It was a very sad farewell as we all headed our separate ways and it marked the end of our season in the Bahamas. Bye y'all ;)