Warderick Wells: Staging for Eleuthera

Our view from ball #7 at Warderick Wells- Boo Boo Hill in distance

Our view from ball #7 at Warderick Wells- Boo Boo Hill in distance

We came “this” close to seeing our friends on m/v Traveling Soul. A fresh water leak forced an early move to Nassau and they left Warderick Thursday before we arrived.  Our paths are likely to cross again sometime, somewhere before the end of May. Thursday we got a mooring in the Emerald Rock field because the north moorings were full, but Friday were able to relocate to the north field.

Hiked a few new trails, Russ snorkeled and we took our new and improved driftwood boat plaque up to Boo Boo Hill. Ours is near the bottom. This photo shows only about half of the extensive, impressive pile.

The ever-growing stack of driftwood plaques on Boo Boo Hill

The ever-growing stack of driftwood plaques on Boo Boo Hill

The office has a large selection of books to trade, and DVDs to rent for $2 and we took advantage of those. Russ reads a book every three days so we always have plenty ready to switch for new ones. I don’t have quite as much time to read; giving up cooking and cleaning could help or giving up the blog would too I suppose 🙂

Saturday the weather forecast assured us a great sailing to Eleuthera day with several calm days coming up.

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