The sail from Shroud to Warderick Wells was long and windy! 30+ knots again, and from somewhat the wrong direction. We had to tack several times so the 3 hour trip turned into more like 6 hours. But, we used almost no "dinosaur fuel"!
Warderick Wells is the "headquarters" of the protected area called the Exuma Land and Sea Park. It is a large area that permanently prohibits fishing to preserve the natural state.
We went for a hike - over some of the same ground that we hiked several years ago. Cool lizard - we've noticed that the lizards here all have "curly tails".
The trail led to the Exuma Sound side - churned up waves from all the wind.
And the hike led past "Boo Boo Hill" - where cruisers like to leave their signs showing their visit. Some obviously go to a huge amount of trouble designing their sign. We are mildly amused but didn't bother bringing a sign. Looks like good firewood if you needed it!
Here there are "blowholes" in the limestone - when the waves from the sound are at just the right height and direction, water spouts up thru the blowholes. Wasn't happening for us. Back to a rolly anchorage for the night.