Moved south to anchor by Bullocks Harbour to get out of strong south wind.
Saw a nurse Shark in the shallows as we crept over them at high tide.
Now we are close to town but in our own tiny Bay. The big trawler is sitting in white caps but we’re in a great calm spot. Just enough breeze to keep the no seeums down!
We’ve learned that our central dodger window snaps down by the companionway to become a windscoop! Helps to cool the boat. Planning on a swim after lunch.
By the way. In the photo that looks like a crowd of people on a beach, it is. But there are pigs there too! Adults and piglets. I think the cruise lines are trying to do their swimming pigs thing!!
Plus, one of the SeaDoo guides – a local – stopped by and said he wants to do what we’re doing in a few years. He liked that we were “just chillin'”.