Rhode Island or “Lil Rhody” is the smallest of all the United States. At 1,212 sq miles, it’s not really an island at all but it has a ton of coastline. And there is a favorite t-shirt that just might be issued to all residents at birth…
You see it everywhere.
Yesterday, with the sun shining, a cool north-east wind blowing and late a new moon, the tide was WAY out and the beaches looked wide and beautiful. I’m guessing Ambergris Caye had Lil Rhody well beat.
So much so, that as we ate a very late breakfast at Estels by the Sea…
Old sign on the ceiling.
It was tugged free in about 10 minutes.
And some pictures as I walked off the water taxi dock.
The former Lick’s Restaurant has been sold and changed to Dock’s.
And then some pictures later that day.
A dog enjoying the view at SandBar in Boca Del Rio.
And some high school students throwing the javelin, shot put and discus on the wide beach. Who knew?
A stop at a local fruit stand on the way home.
I love the effort for the banana piles. 5 for $1bzd and yet someone takes the time to arrange them.
And then this odd plant. I bought a bunch last year…and was told to fry them with eggs…but it didn’t work out just right. And I can’t remember at all what they are called. It’s almost like a wild corn…
So there you have it. Proof, I think, that Ambergris Caye was about 5% bigger yesterday.