Crab Cay, Bahamas

There are too many lobster in the fridge right now so it’s time to explore other things. We all took a great walk on all the trails through Nunjack Cay today. I love exploring oceanside beaches here in the islands. It’s an endless stretch of beach treasure.

There are a few courtesy rules to the treasure hunting. You don’t want to jump in front of someone already exploring an area of the beach. Sneaking by them and moving a few hundred yards ahead is ok though. It’s just a courtesy thing. I was beat out by Lindsey on some of the better finds such as a trolling lure, nice colorful croc and a sweet ass used plastic cup. I was in search of other things though, GOLD! I was never able to find the gold, this trip at least.  Instead I scored a sweet neoprene dive hat, plastic BP oil bucket, a Reef sandal and nice black croc.

Even better than all of that I cooked Lobster Creole for dinner this evening.  A delicious New Orleans favorite that everyone loved. Well New Orleans style is shrimp, but I was working with what I had on hand.  Michelle made the rice and Lindsey brought over the cookies. An all around score both treasure hunting and dinner wise today.

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Manjack Cay aka Nunjack Cay

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Heading Into Shore For Some Exploring

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Manjack Cay

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Fun Signs

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Little Bird

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More Signs For Directions

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The Guys Walking On The Trails

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Caterpillars

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Ocean Beach

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Checking Out Ocean Beach

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M.E.’s Treasures: Sand Dollars and Seabiscuits

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Matt’s Beach Find Fashion: A sea fan for the pocket, Reef Sandal and Croc for shoes and a green bucket for carrying other beach finds!

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Something from space or a plane?
The Jib Guide To Making New Friends

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Step One: Air High Five

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Step Two: Introductions

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Step Three: Playtime

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Step Four: Sharing Stories
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Another Strange Find…

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Manjack Trails
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Lobster Creole
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5 thoughts on “Crab Cay, Bahamas

  1. Your “find” appears to be some sort of canister used in the process of firing torpedoes or missiles. That's the most detail I could find on the internet.

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  2. I miss those guys a ton. I won't be there for Christmas tell him but hopefully soon after. I have to miss Christmas so that I don't miss the tax man in a couple of months. I will be home in time to send away my share though! Tell the boys we said HI and to Skype us sometime.

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