Sharks! | Life Onboard Blue Pearl
So even though we see them frequently, we remain wary and keep an eye on any sharks that approach. Easier said than done! They and we are moving in three dimensions so we have to be looking up, and looking down, as well as side-to-side! And then when you have two or three sharks to keep track of, well.it can get exciting! If you feel like you want to get out of there, stick together and return to the boat calmly. With the Reef Sharks we have never felt like we needed to cut short our dive. May 20, 2015.
Cat Island Humane Society: April 2012
5 April, 2012. Pebbles had surgery and is sleeping at Bahamas Humane Society in Nassau. Gretchen the horse has almost lost her winter (! Coat, which is a good thing since tomorrow may be 87 degrees… Every afternoon she turns the back doorknob to get her cereal. Later she turns the doorknob to remind me it’s time for her evening “exfoliation treatment”… rubbing and scraping. One more reminder for her carrot treats. She is not in the mood for photos, so ears back. Cat Island Humane Society. 4 April, 2012.