|Jezabelle, Whoopin' it up on the way there...|
|There it is! Coral Bay is wonderfully protected by surrounding hills.|
|I'm nothing if not persistent...|
After a short rest, we joined JL and Michael in their dinghy and went off in search of the famous Skinny Legs. This was the first time here for all of us but it was easy enough to find the place. It’s pretty much the only thing here! The dinghy dock was packed but even as early in the evening as it was, there were few available tables left. Fortunately there isn’t a bad one in the place!
|We are near the back of the pack. Glad THIS didn't get us!|
|Our final resting spot...|
|The Dinghy Dock|
The Hot Club of Coral Bay. One of the singers in this semi-local band went to school with JL and of course we couldn’t miss his performance.
Truthfully, it isn’t often that Bruce and I get off the boat at night and we were a tad bit reluctant… but we are glad we went because the band wasn’t anything like what we’re used to hearing at clubs these days. It was a funky blend of popular old songs but with a Folk/Swing style that had us singing along and almost dancing!
|Feeling special when a band member came to sit with us!|
We could easily have made it over the handful of miles and cleared into the BVIs same day… but last time we showed up past 3:30 pm we were charged an extra $15 for “overtime”.
|Finally got some wi-fi from BVI! It's been a while... Gotta check the scores!|
|The Blue Line is the current route|
But it’s the principal of the thing, and as it turned out, we had a chance to meet our sister ship, The Islander… another CM45. AND we ran into Southern Girl and Island Dream. It was like old home week in Francis Bay!