But weather has never stopped us from having a large time... doing little.
His charter was, oddly enough, a group of kids from St. George's Independent School which is about 3 miles from our home on Rocky Point. They were a very nice/very polite group of young folks who were astounded when Bruce told them we were from Memphis and docked at Compass. They asked where we lived and a couple of the kids said they drove past our house everyday on their way to school. They all said they couldn't believe someone from Memphis had actually sailed their boat all the way here from Pickwick.
This was their graduation trip— they seemed to be having a huge time.
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If you fly into the central Exumas, Staniel Cay Airport, Watermakers Air is about the only way to get here.
We had lunch at the Yacht Club, then as Don and Sharon assisted the boys with Watermakers Air, we made a trip to Isle's General Store for stuff.
If you want to visit Compass/Central Exumas and you're not on a boat — this is how you do it.
After the boy's flight took off we left Staniel and once again had to cross Joe Cay Cut and it's rollers. The Albury did well again though we did get a bit wet this time.
So that's about it. Doing what we enjoy most... Kickin back island style.
Tonight a friend is having his 60th birthday party and we're all chipping in something to eat. Should be fun.
Tomorrow? Who knows?