Navigating the Sea of Life
We are back in Marsh Harbour and getting into a routine of activity. After a great time spent at home, it was time to come back to our home away from home.
A trip to the grocery store was our first task after our return. Maxwell’s grocery store is a mile and a half from the marina. We usually walk rather than ride our bikes because we don’t have good baskets to hold anything we might purchase. Steve needed a gallon of milk and I needed fresh fruits and vegetables. Once that task was completed, we were ready to resume life here in Marsh Harbour.
Sunday means church service here. I was blessed to attend a service at Kirk of the Pines which has just recently merged with the more contemporary Third Space which met across the street from the marina. It is heartwarming to see a traditional Presbyterian church join with a non-denominational church. They are striving to create a more diverse congregation and worship service.
Monday’s start off the myriad Royal Marsh Harbour Yacht Club activities from which to choose when the sun is not shining high and bright. I know many of you think that Steve and I sit at the beach every day working on our sun tan–that is really not what happens.
The walking group leaves at 6:15 every morning. I walk with this group of ladies and have learned my way around the island because of their guidance. I love the exercise but I also enjoy their company and conversation!
There are opportunities for Bocce Ball, Yoga, Mah Jong, Cribbage, Pickleball offered during the week. We have tried everything except Mah Jong and Cribbage. In between all these fun activities we take care of housekeeping on the boat and boat maintenance. Steve makes business phone calls while I make sure we have good meals to enjoy.
Steve took these picture from his co-pilot seat. Great Sale Cay is the island in the middle of the photo just above the clouds. We anchored here on our way to Marsh Harbour.
It’s good to be back in the islands!