Today was our last full day at Delphi. I took a walk on the limestone drive way, when I wanted to walk it was high tide. There is nothing worse than slogging through the wet sand. All I could think about then is what a wimp I am. Those Navy Seals in training run in the surf, loaded down with gear. I am such a snowflake, that I won’t even try.
Here is a picture of Poisonwood. I wasn’t sure if you get sick if you touch it, or if you can make dangerous concoctions and put the whammy on people you hate. I steered clear never the less.
The brush along side the road was really dense. Only wild hogs and the native parrots can pass through that. Along the path I found some ammo casings. I was all excited and thought that there must have been a wild boar hunt. Peter told me “No, it was from a bird hunt.”
This tree must have been twisted in one of the hurricanes. The trees grow nice and straight normally. Walk all over, I returned to the club for lunch. Now isn’t this a beautiful place to have lunch? Well you can too. Delphi-Bahamas.com. This is a non sponsored link. They do give us a small discount when we stay as we are repeat customers. We are also offered after dinner drinks once in awhile, but I am usually too tired and boozed up from my one glass of wine at dinner to partake. You ask if Steve caught any fish while we were there? Why yes, he caught 55 fish, the largest was pushing seven pounds. For the year his total was 1858. He caught fish on 119 different days! This was dinner. It was served clockwise! Ha Ha. Best part as always was dessert, I think a chocolate mousse. I think the entree was fish. As this was last month and I didn’t take a picture of the menu, and we will never know what we ate. I think we had another nice moon rise, as there was a full moon that week. Next time Steve wants to arrange our time so that the fish want to go into the flats for sexy time, don’t ask me, I don’t understand.