morning, that David's snubber came off his chain too! We also heard from Keith in the morning to tell us that our anchor light went out sometime after midnight....not again....this is getting frustrating! The only reason that Keith knew our anchor light wasn't on was because he couldn't sleep and sat in his cockpit reading all night...no one slept good except the Circe crew.
It was an interesting evening on the dock. First a woman and her two
kids came on our dock selling cinnamon and white bread...still hot. Then a guy came over to our boat trying to sell us a conch shell with its end cut ready to blow. Could he blow the conch! The best that I've ever heard. He said he should get $20 a shell but would give it to me for $6 and then $5! I already have two, so I sent him next door to see Bobby. Next, a boat load of conch came in and they were making conch salad to sell. Then another Bahamian guy on a bike with a basket wanted to sell us lobsters. What a night! Finally the winds and rains came and everyone hunkered for the night in their boats!