Shade-Mor took a group over to Guana Cay to enjoy a day at Nippers either having lunch or walking their huge beach or both. The beach had almost no shells on that visit.The top picture is of a group of boaters on the fly bridge of Shade-Mor as we leave the marina for Nippers & more Fun. The middle picture is of John Henry in it's regular slip #413. The 3rd picture just above this description is Wilma and Judy washing off the sand from their feet before enjoying a nice lunch and a little dancing.
14 kt Gold Filled wrapped Red Sea Glass
Wink and Wilma will be participating in the Man-O-Way Cay flea market in February. We both took wire wrapping jewelry classes in the summer in Jacksonville, FL. Wink is creating wire wrapped works of art while Wilma is crocheting necklaces and creating earrings.
14 kt Gold Filled wrapped Ancient Sea Coral
Wink traded one of the green recliners for a bigger, softer recliner from the condo. Everyone know that Wink ONLY sits in that chair, but Sherry was caught relaxing and given a warning.
The Royal Marsh Harbour Yacht Club (RMHYC) held their annual Christmas Party. Rita wore the above mentioned and shown Red Sea Glass Pendant. Wink and Wilma had a great night.
Wink with Rita who is enjoying her new piece of jewelry that Wink made.
Wilma and Wink at Christmas Party for RMHYC at Abaco Beach Resort. Wilma enjoys her own Wink made jewelry. On Christmas Eve, Wink and Wilma held and Open House on John Henry welcoming all RMHYC members to attend and enjoy Holiday Snacks and enjoy a social atmosphere. Wilma made 20 dozen of cookies and 4 gallons of punch.
Wink, Wilma and Chris Higgs (Boat Harbour - Harbour Master).
There were people in the Pilot House (upstairs).
There were People on the Fly Bridge (top of the boat).
Carl and Mike waved a Merry Christmas to All.
Tonia Van Mill and John Mitchell pose for the camera while enjoying good conversation.
The food was fabulous at the Christmas Open house. The party was hearty and the crowd didn't want to go home. Our 1-4 pm party went until 7:30 pm. Now that's a party.....
It was just a week until New Year Eve. Our dock, Dock 4, had organized a New Years Eve party. The boaters have new picnic tables courtesy of Abaco Beach Resort. Our party was scheduled to be held at those tables but just as we started setting out the food, it starting raining. The party was moved to John Henry within minutes.
Since we had 20 people planned for dinner, some of us had to eat in the Pilot House. (upstairs) The dinner was planned as a progressive dinner so each course was brought in separately. Below Wilma brings in the ham that Sue and Paul cooked.Wilma always gets comments about the Flintstones. It was pretty funny when both Fred and Fred wanted a picture with Wilma. For the record, there are at least 4 Fred's in Boat Harbour with only 1 Wilma. After Dinner we cleared the floor and made room for 3 couples to dance. Before the dancing was over, Wink and Sara took a musical Stroll.
Mary brought some horns for blowing at midnight. We decided to have a practice session so we'd be ready at Midnight. The tunes were so melodious that Sara joined in with a howl.
For Dessert, Wilma bought out a Chocolate Cake and Hiupia (Hawaiian Coconut Candy) while George and Jane brought down some Cheesecake. January 1st is Jane's birthday so we sang Happy Birthday and presented her with a crown.