We have been spending our days lately hanging out in Gillam Bay.
Partly because it's a beautiful spot with the potential for some great kiting, but mostly because for the last few days the winds have been out of the Northwest and a bit cool (high 60's/low 70's), and the Bay is on a lee shore. Thankfully the water is 78F (sorry for all the Imperial numbers, that's what's quoted here and I can't be bothered to convert!).We bring the dinghy to the end of the anchorage and have about a 10 minute walk to the beach. The kids are content to make sandcastles and splash in the water. They also seem to be intrigued by coconuts, spending alot (maybe too much?) time trying to open them to see what's inside. We did get one opened the other day and all had a good fill. That's about all the excitement we have had lately, although we did think we had a fried holding tank macerator which would have really been bad since I'm still not sure how I would have emptied our holding (sewage) tank without it! Crisis averted, pump is now fixed and we can all relieve oursleves as much as necessary!!!