Monday, January 28, 2008
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
Monday, January 21, 2008
The occasional beach bonfire is certainly a lot of fun. Throw in homemade ice cream (Patty, Kathleen, Emily and Rachel got to help), fireworks and a great crowd of guests and you have a party! The question is, if you do it twice in the same week, is it a new tradition?Pin It Now!
Friday, January 18, 2008
On behalf of the Small Hope Bay Lodge, it was our privilege that you chose Andros Island as your Special Place.
Thursday, January 17, 2008
Intentionally sunk as an artificial reef, The Marion was a construction barge being used by the US Navy at the nearby AUTEC base. This unique dive site features not only the hull of the barge, but also a tractor and crane boom that were part of the original vessel. Settled in 60-70 feet of water The Marion is a prime attraction for not only divers, but a wide variety of sea life.
All’s well that end’s well. Even ship wrecks!
As a man who really appreciates a good fire, guest Peter Pervan climbed into the fire pit, emptied it of smoking timbers, combed the beach for kindling and repacked the firepit. The result: a blazing inferno inspiring fireworks, junkanoo instruments, merriment and toasted marshmallows!