Today marked the final day of swim camp….and we were able to get in the water with the kids. It has been so great to be a part of this- getting to know some of the kids & watching them make amazing progress with comfort & skill in the water. They should all be very proud of themselves! We then raced home for our phone call that couldn’t happen because our phone is still out of service. So, it was some data entry as we watched the weather & waited for a friend’s arrival from Maine with clawed lobsters in tow. His flight was delayed because of the foul weather, but they all arrived safely & we enjoyed a great cookout at an island friend’s home. Caribbean lobsters, the variety found around Bimini, do not have claws; thus, New England lobster are quite a novelty for folks here! It was a great night…. Tomorrow we go diving! Until then, Kel & Darcie
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