When dreaming of the perfect guests on board, you can’t get much better than Don and Bondi!
Frank and I managed to dock LIB only 3 hours before our guests arrived, which meant that we weren’t quite ready when the taxi man dropped Bondi and Don off. But that didn’t deter these guys! Bondi immediately helped unload provisions and Don grabbed a brush and started swabbing the decks with Frank. UNTIL – SCREECH!! Our sound guy, Don, noticed a problem with the speakers and that just couldn’t remain with our pro music man on LIB.
I wish I had a picture of the Winstel’s first hour on LIB; the bags were not even unpacked and Bondi was shuffling groceries in the galley while Don had the tool box out and was attacking the sound system. HOW can guests get better than that?
Once the provisions were settled and the speakers were properly tuned, we were off to the usual BVI hot spots:
The Baths – a must see.
Bitter End Yacht Club
Toasting the “little boats” at YCCS
Day Dreaming on Anegada
Bondi cracks me up!
Time to dive the Wreck of the Rhone
Shaving is a group activity?
Photo Op as we walk to the Bubbly Pool
Sundowners, of course!
Bondi and Don, we are SO glad you came to share some time in BVI paradise. Next time we will get our 4 missing musketeers there too! We missed you Lisa, Dave, Iain and Jean!
This beautiful beach on Anegada has an ugly name: Cow Wreck. Cow Wreck earned its name long ago when a ship carrying cow bones, which were used to make buttons and other items, wrecked off this beach. Legend says that for years afterwards, cow bones would wash up on shore, thus the name. I have arrived at Cow Wreck Beach Bar by sea, as shown above. I have also arrived by land via rented scooters: And once I arrived at Cow Wreck Bar, the seating was plentiful… and the views were beautiful… Regardless of how you get there, Cow Wreck Beach Bar is a fun place to land.