Lady Marie provided a nice focal point
for a beautiful sunset at Water Cay.
Conch we harvested on Water Cay, and one
other mollusk later rejected. My crock
gives a sense of scale. The three Queen Conch
yielded a total of a cup to a cup
and a half of meat.
Conch midden (pile o’ conch shells) at Water Cay.
That’s a LOT of conch!
Our conch, pretty side up, aboard George’s boat,
Lady Marie, awaiting excavation lessons.
|“Love of my life,” George shows us the photo|
of his smiling wife, Linda Marie.
Pointing to the photos of his grandkids George tells us
he cried when one moved to the U.S. He hopes to see him
this summer, after a three-year absence.
|George transformed big, ugly hogfish into|
this mound of fillets in seconds.
|First conch salad (ceviche, basically)|
Galley Wench Tales made. Yum!
|Our anniversary dinner: conch salad with avocados,|
hogfish and lobster tail. Thanks George!