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Bonus Photos

Posted by on January 24, 2013

We’re anchored outside of Current Cut, Eleuthera awaiting a tide change so we don’t have to fight the current. Amazingly enough, in this remote area there is a blazingly fast un-secured wifi connection! ¬†Enjoy the pics!

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Ankers Away, where we watched the AFC Championship

Nermal is starting to hang out on the very edge of the bimini.

Nermal is starting to hang out on the very edge of the bimini.

We think he'll probably be going swimming soon.

We think he’ll probably be going swimming soon.

It was so calm and clear at Tahiti Beach that you can see our anchor behind the boat.

It was so calm and clear at Lubber’s Quarters that you can see our anchor behind the boat.

Tahiti Beach was a great place to take a walk on our anniversary.

Tahiti Beach was a great place to take a walk on our anniversary.

Several other boats were also enjoying the crystal clear water.

Several other boats were also enjoying the crystal clear water.

Here's where we lashed to whisker pole when it fell down. It's 13'6" long, and wasn't easy to wrestle.

Here’s where we lashed the whisker pole when it fell down. It’s 13’6″ long, and wasn’t easy to wrestle.

 

I quickly tied it to the stanchions.

I quickly tied it to the stanchions…

So we could reel in these two mahi, a third one this size broke loose. Also pictured is our new gaff that works great.

…so we could reel in these two mahi! A third one this size broke loose. (Also shown is our gaff which we really like.)

 

Expensive parts that we found on deck. (Amazingly)

Expensive parts that we found on deck. (Amazingly)

 

The pin on the Harken car worked itself loose when the lower shackle opened.

The pin on the Harken car worked itself loose when the lower shackle opened.

 

The car is reassembled with the toggle, ready for the whisker pole. Note how I seized the shackles closed with a single pass of stainless steel wire. I wanted to make sure this didn't happen again.

The car is reassembled with the toggle, ready for the whisker pole. Note how I seized the shackles closed with a single pass of stainless steel wire. I wanted to make sure this didn’t happen again.

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