Once we got into Georgetown we were surrounded by boats. There were easily 3 times as many boats compared to last year. Of course we are here earlier than last year by about 2 months but, Wow! So now we are overwhelmed by all the cruiser activities like bocce ball, exercise classes , volleyball tournaments, baseball games, ect.
We provisioned at the market and spent a day at the beach when a cold front moved down from the north. This offered a rare chance of a change in wind direction so we could sail to Long Island. Both Nicholas and Paul where sighing with relief, seems neither one of them like being surrounded by a lot of people.
So yesterday was another great sailing day from Georgetown to Long Island with winds up to 20 knots out of the north.
There is a nice store to provision and a cool beach within walking distance from the dinghy dock at the restaurant. We had a nice inexpensive dinner which included one of the best Philly Cheesesteak sandwiches I have ever tasted. Yummy!
Next stop will be the Jumentos and Raggeds. We are currently sailing there with another nice wind out of the ENE.
Here is a picture of a rainbow as we left the harbor.