Marigot Bay - St. Lucia
Our first boat, an HR 46 in Marigot Bay, St. Lucia
Tom in his Superman suit in the water in St. Croix
These are not pictures from the Rose Hill Ale House although ...
... this guy looks kind of familiar.
These are, in fact, the world famous beer drinking pigs on the island of St. Croix.
"We don't need no steeeeenking opener!"
Sister's crew and world class tour director, Laura
St. Thomas is the busiest cruise ship port in the Caribbean. This looks like a post card but I actually took it with my trusty Brownie.
Arlen and Kathy on Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands.
Don't they make a lovely couple?
Kathy totally stressed in the water at Jost Van Dyke, BVI
The obligatory sunset
Clearly I didn't take this picture but it shows how the inner bay is obscured. British ships hid here, concealing their masts with palm fronds etc, as the French fleet sailed by.
A Moke is basically a Morris Minor with a "different" body. This was our chariot (Tom, Sandy, Andy and me) for a day on St. Barths.
Parnelli Cox drove and found every curve, bump, pothole and significantly sized rock on the St. Barths "freeway" system.
Fletcher was an artist whose medium was exotic wood. His studio was an open barn somewhere in the "hinterlands" of St. Croix.
As the plaque says Fletcher liked large women, rum and dogs ... not necessarily in that order.
This one taken from high atop a barstool in Virgin Gorda looking toward Tortola
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