Living in Turquoise

        Sometimes you just need to get away.
     Sometimes you can make it happen.
     Sometimes is ‘more often’ (if your lucky).
     But, I don’t believe in luck.
     I believe in committing to doing the hard work of living well, and recognizing opportunity when it comes a knockin’.
     And sometimes it knocks you right into translucent pink shells, and sugar sand, and a turquoise so clear that you can see the belly of the beast as it naps on the sea floor.

     The trick is to hook-it, reel it in, and cook it for dinner.

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Conch Shell
found on the beach

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This is a pile of empty conch shells.
The meat found inside is a staple food
on Grand Bahama

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The beautiful beach at the end of
Deep Water Cay,
Grand Bahama

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Just another gorgeous beach in
Grand Bahama

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Welcome to
Deep Water Cay
Grand Bahama

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The dock at Deep Water Cay
(a private sports fishermen resort)
at the tail end of
Grand Bahama Island

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I’d like to tell you these goats are pets-
but I’d be lying.

     

   
   
   




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