We were long overdue for a dock day so a few of us decided to do a late Sunday brunch on the beach at Nook. A few more followed by joining us on the lounge chairs on the Sandbar dock. Of course, that led to lots of beverages, hours of crazy conversation, much laughter, and deep fried pickles. I was thankful for our super server setting up shade so two of us did not get deep fried. The other five were doing some full-out tropical tanning bed time. 😀
It was a hot sunny day and time felt like it was standing still. The temperature was hovering around 85°F (29°C) with a bit of a breeze from the east. Even though we have had a few showers, the whole island did not get wet and rainy season still has not really “arrived.” My editor says it’s times like this that she misses the cooler summers of Canada. Not worth going back for because of the harsh winters, but cool summer evenings are sometimes such a relief from the “fry an egg on the street” kind of heat.
Starting with the last pictures first and our demo model showing how to fold up a swimways spring float, view from Sandbar dock, all the way on down to breakfast at Nook and the canoers I saw that morning on my way out. Although we were surrounded by Sargasso at both places, we managed to stay stink free all day.