There is a trail across the island to the ocean. It's well marked by flotsam. About 1/2 mile thru thick scrub. Pleasant and shady!
A hermit crab scurried across the path - then "hid" in his borrowed shell.
Another beautiful view!
There was lots of trash washed up on the open ocean side - as often happens. Some previous cruiser has taken it upon themselves to make a hammock out of old fishing net and line. It's actually quite comfortable!
A different short trail to the "bluff" that is about 50' high - Sojourn at rest in the distance.
Saw this interesting thorny vine - the vine itself was thorny and the seed pods were just evil! Will have to find out what this is called.
While we were walking, I picked up some prizes off the beach. A floating frisbee, a heavy coconut and a cool fishing lure!
Duane made quick work of extracting the coconut from the husk. I was excited at the prospect of some fresh coconut, but was disappointed when we cracked it we found it rotten. Hope to find a fresher one sometime!
I made some coleslaw for lunch....thought you'd enjoy seeing the head of cabbage I bought in Green Turtle....
And we moved the boat a few miles across the See of Abaco and anchored outside of Copperstown for the night for some west wind protection.