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A Day in the Life at Canuck Palms

Exuma has the friendliest people!   27 Dec 2017

We wake up early and relax again with a coffee on the back deck.  I honestly could stay here at the house all day.  Chase catches geckos in the back yard, and begs us to go to our favorite breakfast spot Augusta Bay this morning.  

We pack up the car and say hi to our neighbours Barry and Donna.  We head towards town around 945 am.  We get to Augusta Bay and Chase runs in to grab a table.  

Enjoying the view at Augusta bay 

We enjoy coffee after breakfast on the dock and watch the boats head out to go fishing. 

The view of Elizabeth Harbour 😍

We jump in the car and head to town.  We park at the government dock and walk to a few stores.  We stop by Top to Bottom so Chase can check out the fishing supplies.

Top to Bottom 

Chase is excited to rent a boat and we stop into Minns Water Sports.  We reserve a 17 foot Boston Whaler for Saturday!  

Rent a boat from Minns

Heather shops at Sandpiper for a few minutes then we leave town to stop at a few other stores.   Sandpiper has wonderful island gifts.

Sandpiper gift shop

We stop at Exuma Building Supplies for fresh water and Smittys for clothes pins, hamburger and fishing bait.

Have a kalik at the Gentlemens Club

We drop into AID and grab some house supplies and arrive home at around 2pm.  We quickly drop off our items and slide up the road to Flamingo Beach at Paradise Bay.  We have the beach to ourselves….

The secluded Flamingo Beach ❤❤

I slip to Bristols Liquor store at nearby Emerald Bay to grab some kalik, wine and coconut rum.  When I return Chase is already fishing close to shore.  

Bristols Liquor Store at Emerald Bay 

We get home just after five o’clock.  Chase rinses off the saltwater fishing reels in the outdoor shower.  Heather organizes new dishes in the kitchen cupboards, and I start the BBQ.   We enjoy hamburgers and a glass of wine and relax for the evening.  Looking forward to another amazing day tomorrow!

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