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  • Hit Me Baby, One More TimeI have been SUCH A SLACKER lately! I am going to attempt to get caught up on some trip reports from summer and fall but I have just been so lazy lately! This will be a very non-trip report blog post. Posted by vicki_h in . | Dec 15, 2018
  • A Double Dose of Vitamin SeaWe had a mid-April trip to Guana Cay planned when a last minute opportunity to fly down for free came up at the end of March. There is no such thing as an overdose of Vitamin Sea. It was the end Posted by vicki_h in . | May 8, 2018
  • Better Late Than Never - July on Guana CayObviously, I am a little behind on the travel blog. We did a lot of travelling over the summer, but life got in the way and the photos have stayed buried in my camera and the stories have stayed buried Posted by vicki_h in . | Sep 27, 2017
  • Hitting the backspace button: Let's go back to Abaco!Now that we have our own place on Guana Cay, we try to get down there every chance we get. So when we had an opportunity to make a quick, last minute trip over Easter weekend, we jumped on the Posted by vicki_h in . | May 10, 2017
  • Shamrocks and Shenanigan’s: St. Paddy’s Day on Guana CayIt was the perfect storm. No, I am not talking about the Andrea Gail. I am talking about the fact that someone decided that St. Patrick’s Day (which is pretty much about drinking), the Barefoot Man concert on Guana Cay Posted by vicki_h in . | Apr 27, 2017
  • Merry Christmas and a Sandy New Year!Spending Christmas in a cozy cabin has somehow become a tradition with me and Matt. It wasn’t intentional or deliberate, but is simply a habit that we have slipped into. This year, we had a difference of opinion. Matt wanted Posted by vicki_h in . | Feb 3, 2017
  • Oops, I did it again.I just can't satiate my Guana Cay addiction. So I dove in for another taste. How about we just hit the highlights? ===The food: If it's battered, deep fried, golden brown, carb laden, and swimming in fat on a paper plate, Posted by vicki_h in . | Sep 21, 2016
  • A Bahamas WORK wrong as it sounds. We were under no delusions when we decided to buy a beach house, no matter how small. I never had the “A beach house will be a dream! It will sit there and make money while I’m not using it Posted by vicki_h in . | Jan 25, 2016
  • Guana Cay....Anything but Boring.July 4th and Abaco. Like tin foil and a microwave….neither is particularly dangerous alone, but put them together….and POW! Explosive. Time it right and you end up with 3 days of high-energy events….the Stranded Naked Cheeseburger Party…..the 4 Posted by vicki_h in . | Jul 21, 2015
  • It's official: I am boring. It’s official: I am boring. I knew this would happen eventually. In fact, I saw a list online (which means it must be TRUE) titled, “How to know if you are boring.” Number 4 on tha Posted by vicki_h in . | Jun 23, 2015
  • Guana Cay: Same Time. Same Place. It starts off with a Bahama Mama from Curly Tails, complete with exactly one orange slice, a cherry, and a colorful umbrella. I know exactly what it will taste like as I take the firs Posted by vicki_h in . | Jun 8, 2015
  • Do You Have Time for a Quickie? I don't have to tell you that Matt and I can’t go very long without the itch to get out of town. Unfortunately, our lives and jobs are demanding and don’t often allow us the luxury of Posted by vicki_h in . | May 2, 2014
  • Abaco Ain't For Sissies . . . But We Went Anyway (Part 1)Abaco. The very name strikes fear into the hearts of sissies everywhere. Abaco, with its snakes and its spiders and its sneaky shallow waters. Abaco, where the men are men and the women are doomed to a Posted by TraceyG in Escape From New York | Jul 25, 2013

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