A quick motor around the corner and made our way in through the skinny water, 7-10’ the last mile and anchored close to shore at New Bight on the south end of Cat Island. Wilma and Peter got the grocery and beer shopping done with the help of the grocery store owner who drove them first to the beer store and then back to beach. Nice folks!
At cocktail hour we were treated to a quick squall which dramatically changed the light.
This morning we climbed Mount Alvernia, the highest point in the Bahamas, to visit the hermitage there. It was designed and built by an English Catholic priest for his own seclusion and worship. Very cleverly laid out.
The last photo is looking out at the anchorage … we are the nearest boat in.