We (Maus, Leila and Zanshin all departed Île Tintamarre that day, Mau heading back into the lagoon so that they would be close to the stores for the next round of repairs, I left for Grand Case and later on Leila departed with the same destination and anchored next to me. Audrey, Darrell and I had some sundowners aboard Zanshin and the ate dinner at one of the LoLos ashore (Locally owned, locally operated restaurants) and an early night.

Potting Soil for Zanshin My Aloe Vera had taken a tumble and lost most of it's earth, so Audrey offerred to help me with some of her potting soil.
(2012-03-14 17:08:10 NIKON D7000 with a "18.0-200.0 mm f/3.5-5.6" lens. [f/7.1, 1/320s] ISO 100 Focus 21.10m)
Potting Soil for Zanshin
SV Leila and SV Mau at Tintamarre I heard shouting above and saw the crews of Leila and Mau looking to sea so I knew it had to be exciting and got out my camera. After nothing happened for a bit I just took a picture of their boats (and then the dolphins surfaced)
[18°6'59.75"N 62°59'20.11"W (facing S)]
SV Leila and SV Mau at Tintamarre
SV Leila Audrey and Darrell getting Leila's dinghy ready at Grand Case in St. Martin.
[18°6'22.34"N 63°3'22.63"W (facing NE)]
SV Leila
Dolphins at Tintamarre Dolphins surfacing at the anchorage in Ile Tintamarre with the windswept channel to Anguilla in the background.
[18°6'59.49"N 62°59'20.42"W (facing W)]
Dolphins at Tintamarre
Billy the Kid and backpack The insatiable curiosity and hunger of Billy had him nibbling away at my backpack.
[18°6'22.05"N 63°3'11.82"W ]
Billy the Kid and backpack
Grand Case sunset Grand Case sunset
(2012-03-14 18:22:08 NIKON D7000 with a "18.0-200.0 mm f/3.5-5.6" lens. [f/7.1, 1/40s] ISO 100 Focus ∞)
Grand Case sunset
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