Passage To Island of Ile Fourchu

Don’t get your spell checkers out the name of the island is spelled correctly. Ile Fourchu. A rocky place where sheep ended up eating all the vegetation until they were removed.

By the way, I believe that Captain Jack is following us. Here he is again with a square rigger. They are just about to put up all the sails… Nice.

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While Caroline took a break and beachcombed, the boys and I went climbing. Boy did they have a good time. We climbed to some of the higher places on this small island. Here’s a shot looking down from one of them.

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Here’s one of climbers now. And, before you get your Child and Family Services dialing finger going, Noah is fully lathered with sunscreen.

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The cruising guide suggest that you wear cactus ready shoes. Here is one reason why.

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The ocean meets the land… together they tussle into a white foamy mess.

[Egad, where did that come from?]

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A view back to St. Barts and a yacht sailing just north of the island.

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A view from on high down to the bay and our boat and another Canadian boat. We are the boat in behind and that is our dinghy/tender anchored near the shore in the bottom left.

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And, Legend. I’ve said it before. She is a good ship.

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