After running a few last-minute errands this morning, we raised the anchor and took off for parts south. Governor's Harbour was a wonderful stop and we'd be happy to get back there one day. But today we had some wind and we sailed south; with only one tack we made it to our destination at Ten Bay. Pretty cool. Wind was up and there was a swell, but we lowered the kayak and made off to explore. The beach here is plugged as one of the best in Eleuthera, but doesn't hold a candle to French Leave, the beach on the ocean we went to yesterday. We kept on along the shore south where the coastline is extremely rugged and beautiful. We found a small inlet where there was a tidal mangrove creek -- again the clearest water ever. Back to Anhinga. The most excellent champagne is chilling for our first anniversary dinner (thanks Karen and Ronnie!); wouldn't want to be late!
Ten Bay: +25° 7' 7.56", -76° 9' 17.88"