The Tiniest Island
Posted: Sat, Jul 1, 2017
Location: Sandy Spit, Green Cay
Today was a slow start to the day. After concluding the previous night with a late beach barbecue, we all enjoyed the extra hour of sleep. For breakfast, we had a scrumptious meal of French toast. Our staff, (Jake, Emma and Kayleigh), had a meeting so they werent included in our daily morning routine. As per usual, clean up was slow but we luckily finished in time before Jake, Emma, and Kayleigh returned to the boat from the dock. After waiting for all the other boats to leave the dock, we left Sydneys Peace and Love and made our way up to Sandy Spit. On our way there, Jake and Emma led a sailing lesson. This lesson included a variety of practical testing for our sailing certifications. After a long sail, we enjoyed chicken salad wraps along with peanut butter and apples. Next on our agenda, we had to clean our bathrooms. Once everything was sorted out and cleaned, we headed to a little island to spend a nice afternoon at the beach with the rest of the boats. The perimeter of the island was so small it allowed us to walk around it in 3 minutes. After spending about 3 hours swimming and socializing with other boat, we dinghied back to Wind Shadow. Right away, we had showers. Immediately after, we enjoyed a great dinner of franks and beans (hotdogs, beans, and rice) prepared by Jake. As I finish writing this, we are about to go to another boat (Moko Jumbie) and end the night with a Lifeworks Forum.