|This is a strawberry poison dart frog and he lives on, you guessed it, Red Frog Island. He is a tiny little thing, less than an inch long, but oh so cute.|
|It took several attempts to get any pictures of jellyfish that weren't just blurry water pictures.|
|These guys aren't very big, maybe 5 inches long, but the tenticles will sting, so no swimming off the boat. We did get a great swim in at Red Frog Beach a couple of days later, though.|
For being out amongst the mangroves, we also spent quite a bit of time socializing. I'm not very good at remembering to take pictures during the parties, but I did get some boat pictures - does that count?
|S/V Nilaya, home to Jim and Laura, temporarily anchored next to us in Cindi's Bay.|
|S/V IO of Cowes, crewed by Stuart and Susie who we met on Moonshadow when we went through the canal.|
|Phil - he's about 2 inches long plus tail, definitely the bigger of the two. Doesn't seem to eat as much as his namesake, though.|
|Jane - a tiny pretty gecko, comes out for a look and then goes back in again (probably reading a book on her kindle.)|
After getting rid of garbage, bringing on more water, re-provisioning food and a few other boat jobs in town this weekend, we are off to starfish beach this afternoon. I will let you know if it lives up to its name.
|The kind of thing you get to enjoy when you escape the marina.|