Pig Roast at Nipper's

Trip Start Feb 22, 2011
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Flag of Bahamas  , Marsh Harbour,
Sunday, March 20, 2011

Sunday, March 20 - Today is the famous pig roast we've heard so much about. Lots of boats came into the harbor yesterday and this morning for this event which is held every Sunday. Chad & Julie, Dale & Mercedes, Jack and crew John joined us and we hiked up Nipper's hilly road at noon. Nipper's overlooks a beautiful beach and the world's 3rd largest barrier reef. A sign was posted near the entrance warning everyone about the Portuguese Man-O-War that have been washing up on the shore and to stay away from them, they are very poisonous. The place was packed with a lot of spring breakers. Den & I took a long walk along the shore after we ate and took some neat pictures. Then we went to see what was happening at Grabber's and ended up back at the boat, plum tuckered out. It was a very warm day with hardly any wind. Around 7 pm a squall and wind shift blew through and it was gusting to 35 all night long.
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