We arrived in Anegada, and she steadfastly did not disappoint us! The water was the clear turquois blue seen mostly on postcards.
There were plenty of available moorings and multiple dinghy docks to land the dinghy. The lobsters at the Anegada Reef Hotel (still run by Lorraine) were, as we remembered them, the size of small ponies. Cow Wreck Beach, pristine and isolated, remains one of my favorite beaches in all of the Caribbean.
During our last visit to Anegada, Randy and the boys took a picture in front of the gag hurricane evacuation sign.
Ironically, hurricane Irma spared this sign and most of Anegada.
Our next stop, another one of our favorite spots, Jost Van Dyke . . .
Gorgeous. I’m not sure we will make it over there. How long did it take to get there and from where did you leave? We only have a week, so not sure this will be in the Stars for us:(
We left early a.m. from Leverick and arrived early afternoon. Well worth it if you can make it over there.
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The boys are growing like weeds. You guys all look happy and healthy.